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cremate

(krē′māt″, kri-māt′) [L. cremare, to burn to ashes]
To reduce a dead body to ash by burning.
cremation (kri-mā′shŏn)
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Mr Aris added: "We can cremate anything from a goldfish to a 50-kilo dog.
When Bablu arrived at the cremation ground with his wife Pooja's body, he was told he cannot cremate the body as the land belongs to the socalled upper caste people, he claimed.
The baba's body has been kept in a freezer since January this year with his followers refusing to cremate him saying that he is not dead but merely meditating.
Besides requesting the court to extend the deadline, the state has also sought court directions to cremate the baba, whose body has been kept Since the next day is the last day of the HC deadline to cremate the baba, the state fears that the congregation to indulge in violence.
An agency director spent $774 to cremate his father-in-law.
But Gaynor said no Birmingham crematorium could cremate her because her coffin was bigger than their cremators.
Based on this belief, his followers have refused to cremate the godman.
With the support and assistance of the Indian Embassy, especially labour officer Santosh Pillai and the Indian Community Relief Fund (ICRF), we were able to cremate the body of Mr Ashari," said association member N Govindan.
Hundreds of Ashutosh Maharaj's followers have started arriving at the dera of Divya Jyoti Jagriti Sansthan after the Punjab and Haryana High Court issued the order on Monday to cremate the seer's body within 15 days.
The Chinese Embassy is now arranging legal formalities to cremate her body in Bahrain.
A WOMAN allegedly caught trying to smuggle the body of her dead husband on board a packed holiday plane says she will cremate him and fly his ashes back to Germany.
He said he was scared his grandchildren might cremate him after his death, which is why he left for his hometown without saying a word to anybody.