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an act of placing a body in a grave or tomb

Synonyms for burial

the ritual placing of a corpse in a grave

concealing something under the ground

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He stated further that the burial will now take place next week Thursday .
The burial has been set for Saturday but Obulutsa put the same off until the matter is heard and determined.
But most burial grounds are under-recorded and relatively unknown, the charity said.
The notice reads, "Residents of the surrounding localities at St Inez have brought it to his attention that prayers are being conducted through loudspeakers at very high decibel levels at the burial ground of Muslims at St Inez.
page) tasked with operating and maintaining the public burial site.
The Marcos family clandestinely proceeded with the burial ceremonies even if the SC had yet to act on the motions for reconsideration filed by several petitioners who had 15 days to make their appeal.
But looking at how the costs could vary, it said a burial plot in Birmingham would cost around PS2,815, while one in Belfast would cost around PS980.
During an Ebola epidemic, prevention and control measures include prompt and safe burial of the dead (2).
CENEVRE (CyHAN)- A new WHO protocol for safe and dignified burial of people who die from Ebola virus disease emphasizes inclusion of family members and encouraging religious rites as an essential part of safe burials.
Some 36,000 people are given a Jewish burial in Israel every year, and the land shortage is affecting cemeteries as well.
The furor over the proposed burial of American Iranologist Richard Nelson Frye in Esfahan has subsided this past week, which may allow for his eventual burial beside the Zayandeh River.
Cllr Christopher Massey, borough cabinet member for the environment and rural affairs, said: "The council has been happy to work alongside the church and the diocese on the proposed burial site which offers the residents of Brotton a long term burial provision within the village.
PLANS to provide nearly 12,000 new burial plots at a Birmingham cemetery are due to be be considered by councillors.
A NEW woodland burial ground is to open next week on Lord Derby's Knowsley estate.
He explained: "The change to the rule follows concerns recently expressed by members of the Muslim community regarding their traditional burial rituals.