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mausoleum
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The House of Mirth
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  • The Gryces were from Albany, and but lately introduced to the metropolis, where the mother and son had come, after old Jefferson Gryce’s death, to take possession of his house in Madison Avenue—an appalling house, all brown stone without and black walnut within, with the Gryce library in a fire-proof annex that looked like a mausoleum.

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  • The Taj Mahal is the world’s most famous mausoleum.
  • the mausoleum where Elvis Presley is buried

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