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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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Adopting the new practice will not pose a problem but we need to know the details since we deal with an average of two cremations every week.
For cremations that take part Crematorium Assistant Dane Lyons with the cremulator, which reduces the ashes to a fine powder in this arrangement, metal is removed after cremation.
Every year, the council carries out around 100 cremations and 34 burials of children under the age of 16.
Arrangements by Andreason's Cremation & Burial Service in Springfield.
South Tyneside has the most expensive cremation cost at PS754.
So, at last, after 14 years of lobbying, the cremation bill has been passed, along with the regularising of funeral parlours and embalming.
Strengthening the application process for cremation, requiring the applicant to clearly specify what should be done with ashes and also requiring cremation authorities to record details of cremations on a central register
The BBC reported that the fee for cremating an adult in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, has increased by more than 100%, from GBP359 to GBP721, while cremation fees in Northumberland have increased from GBP407 to GBP695.
The mercury, after cremation, enters the air and then when it falls in the rain, it is consumed by fish.
It follows April's publication of Angiolini's report into infant cremation which recommended an urgent review of practices.
The owner of Jerns Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory in Bellingham has opened a second business, Pets & Paws Cremation, to assist people who have recently had a pet pass away.