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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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Meanwhile, the dera has launched a social media campaign to garner support for its demand to not cremate the frozen baba but instead preserve his body.
Meanwhile, locals fear Nurmahal, where his dera is located, could witness a clash similar to the one seen outside Rampal's ashram if authorities try to forcibly cremate Ashutosh Maharaj.
Mr Ashari's three sisters and a brother back home were not very keen to receive the body and granted us their consent to cremate him in Bahrain," said Mr Govindan.
There is nothing we can do about them because we don't have any legal provision yet to cremate or bury them unless someone claims them or a court case concerning their death is over.
Meanwhile, relatives who decided to cremate their deceased in the Capital found the going difficult.
THE DALIT families in Haryana's Mirchapur village on Thursday refused to cremate the bodies of the father- daughter duo killed on Wednesday.
The archives also reveal problems finding somewhere to cremate Hindley when she died in 2002.
In a society where information is controlled and conspiracy theories are rife, however, the decision to cremate Deng's body - before it could be publicly seen - has fed suspicion that he actually died some time ago.
But Norma, 56, from Cumbernauld, near Glasgow, has found a crematorium in Ayr which is willing to cremate Robert's body.
BRITAIN'S most prolific serial killer, Harold Shipman, has finally been laid to rest after his widow agreed to cremate him.
Mum-of-three Elaine, of Loanhead, Midlothian, said: "You should not be allowed to cremate other people's dogs.
It is cheaper to cremate a body immediately than pay for the coffin and other related costs for viewing a body in a funeral home.