funeral parlour


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Synonyms for funeral parlour

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

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The former funeral parlour on Norfolk Place closed earlier this year.
He highlighted that the association had met to resolve a wide range of issues that constrain the performance of the funeral parlour industry.
"It is unheard of to return the body to the funeral parlour overnight." We told last week how the vigil service was disrupted by a firework attack after mourners arrived.
Lindokuhle Funeral parlour owner Fundile Makalana toldTimes Live: "We were so shocked and frightened that we did not even have time to look at the sex of the baby.
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.
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.
THIEVES have stripped pounds 2,000 worth of lead off the roof of a funeral parlour in Warwickshire.
London, Oct 14 (ANI): Television viewers were outraged when BBC's new lesbian drama showed a sex scene in a funeral parlour.
WORLD Cup fever has spread into the after-life with one Solihull funeral parlour offering St Georgethemed coffins.
Hazel, who plans to leave the area, added: "Someone kept pretending to be from a funeral parlour, asking when my funeral was."
A FUNERAL parlour was given the go-ahead by planners yesterday, even though objectors said it would depress elderly people living nearby.
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.