funeral parlour


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  • noun

Synonyms for funeral parlour

a mortuary where those who knew the deceased can come to pay their last respects

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He is now employed as a shift worker at a local funeral parlour, living in a neighbourhood which is seemingly unaware of his hideous past.
Bosses at the funeral parlour have apologised to the families involved and refunded them.
According to French daily L'Union, the woman then placed her mother's body in a sports bag which she then transported to a funeral parlour in a wheelchair.
The total amount defrauded at the funeral parlour on Maryhill Road, Glasgow, was PS4000, between April 2008 and March 2011.
He also asked for 13 other burglaries to be taken into consideration, including break-ins at a funeral parlour, hospital and hotel.
When people asks her for directions she said she tends not to mention the funeral parlour next door.
But the Echo understands it is to be sold to undertakers who plan to transform it into a funeral parlour.
The owners of the funeral parlour have now released CCTV footage of a man spotted on the roof of the family business, where a pounds 750,000 extension was unveiled three months ago.
In Tuesday's first episode Frankie (Ruta Gedmintas) seduced a funeral parlour receptionist before the pair had sex beside a body.
Staff at Colour my Funeral in Damsonwood pride themselves on being a funeral parlour with a difference.
A drive-in funeral parlour has opened in America - allowing mourners to view the dead in coffins without having to get out of their cars.
A FUNERAL parlour has been granted retrospective planning permission to operate from a former tanning shop on Great North Road in Gosforth, Newcastle, despite more than 50 people lodging protests against it.
THE director of a funeral parlour that handled British broadcaster Alistair Cooke's body is cooperating with prosecutors probing an alleged body-snatching ring.
Locals in Letterkenny may be nailing the coffin closed on their funeral parlour.
A Darlington man has lost his bid to overturn a conviction for stealing money from a funeral parlour.