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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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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
Fascinating correlation between states with high cremation rates, states with large population unaffiliated with organized religion
Announcing the consultation, Justice Minister Caroline Dinenage said: "I am taking action to make sure that after a cremation infant ashes are returned to bereaved families.
The mercury, after cremation, enters the air and then when it falls in the rain, it is consumed by fish.
A spokesman for Edinburgh Council said yesterday: "We have been contacted by the National Cremation Investigation team regarding 11 new cases they are looking into and we are providing any information that they require.
DEPUTIES are not expected to vote on a bill to permit cremation before the end of the year although they are expected to pass legislation on other issues regarding funeral homes and cemeteries of various religious groups.
euro]16k cost of a Dublin S pe fool a " Social historians also believe people now are less inclined to follow the guidance of the Catholic Church which has traditionally frowned on cremations.
The quality of service is measured through more than 400 questions, which covers cremation and burial procedures, grounds maintenance, communication and environmental issues.
Simplicity Hospital Cremation Service offers a minimal and simple cremation service for people who do not want the full facilities offered by traditional funeral homes.
In the current Western world, cremation represents a way of "disposing of the body" which coexists with burial, as an option which is gaining in popularity (1).
As the Triad's Largest Cremation Service Provider, business has grown and so has its locations.