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He pointed to his two neighbors, Loui Alday and a certain Marvin, who went to his house at Clinic Ville around noon of March and told him to sell two metal urns for P1,900.
AMANOR owner who removed and sold two 18th century urns from the grounds of his listed home faces having to scour the globe to get them back.
Mr Dill's QC, Richard Harwood, argued the urns and pedestals were not "buildings" and had been wrongly listed in 1986.
Their start-up sells the biodegradable urns with seeds designed to turn the cremated remains of a person or pet into a tree of their choice.
This garden has been created especially for planting cremated remains with Bios Urns that grow trees.
In 2011, Mahant had brought 135 urns filled with ashes of Hindu residents of Karachi to immerse them in the Ganga.
By the time Plankey learned of communal urns in Buenos Aires, he found they existed in 50 parishes.
com) aims to convert cemeteries into forests with its biodegradable urns, which are made of coconut shell, compacted peat and cellulose, and are designed to support the early growth of a tree.
Black balls are added to the system of connected urns and gradually displace white balls.
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And as cremations soar, more people are looking for urns that, well, don't look like urns.
POLICE are appealing for information following the theft of two metal urns.
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