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an act of placing a body in a grave or tomb

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the ritual placing of a corpse in a grave

concealing something under the ground

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page) tasked with operating and maintaining the public burial site.
Richard Powell, Secretary and Executive Officer, Federation of Burials and Cremations Authorities (FBCA) said: The FBCA is supportive of the move to modernise the legislation in respect of burial and cremation, whilst firmly believing in the importance of ensuring that important safeguards such as measures to control the location and tranquillity of new developments remain in place, securing the sensitivity of these essential services for the future.
In Western Urban District, King Tom Cemetery was the only approved location for safe burials.
As the protocol is applied in affected countries, feedback from religious leaders, communities and people managing burials will be used to update and improve the protocol.
There's nowhere for bereaved people who prefer burial to bury their dead.
A government guide to woodland burials puts the rise in their popularity down to the fact that the postwar baby boomer generation, who pioneered the "green" movement in the 1960s and 1970s, are now pensioners and having to decide on funeral plans for their parents or themselves.
And he described as ridiculous the law which had made it illegal for people of the Muslim faith to carry out burials according to their beliefs.
A report by Head of Highways and Municipal, Gwyn Morris Jones, for Gwynedd's Cabinet on Tuesday recommends allowing the burial of foetuses at three of the council's cemeteries - New Cemetery, Bangor, Penmorfa in Tremadog, and Dolgellau.
Coventry City Council doesn't have a statutory responsibility to provide burial space but it does so to provide for the needs of the city.
The burial solution for emergency situations being promoted by the State is an inhumane and inefficient solution.
BEREAVED families in Cardiff will be able to bury their loved ones without undue delay under council plans to launch a same-day burial service.
Local authorities have different methods of charging for cremations and burials.
Not that it's necessarily going to be less expensive than more traditional burials, of course.
5 percent of their loved ones' ashes in the ocean during the annual public memorial for sea burials, which took place at Binhaiguyuan Cemetery in Fengxian district, Shanghai.
The Council also offers information on home burials.