embalm

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Synonyms for embalm

preserve

Words related to embalm

preserve a dead body

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Under current laws, anyone can open a funeral company or call themselves an embalmer - someone who prepares bodies for burial or cremation - without the need to undertake any training.
Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors member Robert Burns said Wednesday's meeting was the result of the inspector's report following a complaint filed by a former funeral home employee.
Gwen joined the family business of joiners and funeral directors on leaving school in 1976 and qualied as an embalmer in 1983 as well as passing the Diploma in Funeral Directing with the National Association of Funeral Directors in the same year.
The Louisiana State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors argued that Louisiana law requires a funeral director's license, which the brothers did not have, to sell caskets.
Robert's wife, Debbie, also a licensed funeral director, was the first licensed female funeral professional to serve on the Florida Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
funeral-home owners, funeral directors and embalmers, civil rights leaders, and other historical figures) is unprecedented in its careful and accurate detail.
The market needs professionally trained embalmers with qualification from medical institutions, said Vivian Albertyn, founder of the Middle East Funeral Service (MEFS).
Turned them over to embalmers who stitched their lips.
A team of scientists was brought together to perform the technique used by the ancient embalmers, carrying out the process under laboratory conditions.
The need is so great for funeral directors and embalmers that the state added the program two years ago.
The mummy had pierced ears and a large incision in her left side made by embalmers to remove her internal organs.
I have the Diploma in Funeral Directing, from the National Association of Funeral Directors and am a member of the British Institute of Embalmers.
And it's not only witches: astrologers, embalmers, valets and driving instructors are now considered by law to have real jobs, making it harder for them to avoid income tax.
Embalmers are responsible for preserving and disinfecting a body until the cremation or burial.
Growing numbers of embalmers have appeared on Hiscox's books.