crematory


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Synonyms for crematory

a mortuary where corpses are cremated

a furnace where a corpse can be burned and reduced to ashes

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These new accusations about a crematory are part of the act of fabricating lies and creating false allegations persistently practiced by the successive U.
Orange Avenue in downtown Sarasota and adjacent Pre-Arrangement Center, the Bradenton Chapel and Crematory at 912 53rd Avenue W.
Much like our human crematory, our separate state-of-the-art facility for pets is operated by our certified crematory operators.
The neighbors fought the proposal for years, saying the crematory would bother them with noise, odor and smoke.
Jerns Funeral Chapel and On-Site Crematory in Bellingham and Blaine recently added two pre-arrangement counselors to help people make plans before they or their loved ones pass away.
Kathy Whittenburg, an employee in the newspaper's classified advertising department, said the obituary appeared after a caller purporting to be Hatfield's niece phoned The Star Press and later provided a telephone number she said belonged to a Florida crematory.
In June, the supervisors gave the coroner $645,000 to hire more investigators and support staff and provide funding for three crematory service contracts to reduce a cremation backlog.
The reporters were also taken to a crematory, also in Pyongyang, where Kim Young Nam says Yokota was cremated.
In 2002, dozens of decomposing corpses were found stacked in storage sheds and scattered in woods outside the crematory.
Last year, 334 bodies were found at Georgia's Tri-State Crematory.
Funeral Service Insider, whose editor, Vanessa Phillips, broke the Tri-State Crematory case, in which a Georgia crematory was discovered to be improperly disposing of bodies it was supposed to be cremating.
In the Tri-State Crematory scandal in February, investigators unearthed hundreds of supposedly cremated bodies at the Noble, Ga.
West Virginia introduced a number of bills dealing with the cremation industry and passed legislation to regulate the proper disposal of human remains by an embalmer or crematory operator.
The family members of roughly 300 dead loved ones who were thought to have been cremated at the Tri-State Crematory in Noble, Georgia, were recently mourning not only their loss but also cruel deception.
That's why law-enforcement officers and workers involved in cleaning up the site of the Tri-State Crematory have been sickened by what they've seen and why their nausea seems appropriate.