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Synonyms for entomb



Synonyms for entomb

to place (a corpse) in or as if in a grave

Synonyms for entomb

place in a grave or tomb

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Now the proposal is to just entomb the entire reactor, including all the parts that were probably contaminated .
He said: "If the Soviet Union decides to launch its nuclear missiles on this part of the country, two part-time members of the Royal Observer Corps will entomb themselves in these cold dank chambers and, breathing filtered air, they will use their measuring equipment to relay information to the operations room at regional group headquarters at Durham on the size of the blast, the direction of the atomic cloud and the amount of radiation on the surface.
Workers for Honeywell spent weeks at the site late last year conducting trial runs of different equipment and varying methods to determine the best way to entomb coal tar, arsenic and other contaminants.
Since 1996, Norway's Statoil has been using it to remove millions of tons of CO2 from its North Sea Sleipner gas field and entomb it in a saline aquifer six tenths of a mile beneath the chilly waters of the North Sea.
The US Timecapsule in Arkansas will entomb a fully furnished house and a variety of cars for the edification of people 1,000 years on, and France and New Zealand also have national schemes.
Police believe he carried his victim to the basement where he mixed enough cement to make a foot high slab about six feet by five feet to entomb her.