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crematorium

[krē′mətôrē·əm]
a facility for the disposal of dead bodies by burning.

crematorium

(krē″mă-tō′rē-ŭm) [L.]
A place for the burning of corpses.
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But the problem is many of the crematoriums in the area cannot handle large coffins so we have to look elsewhere to cater for families who come to us.
The proposed crematorium complex would be built on land TJ Bird owns at the South Wales Golf Centre, on Port Road East, Barry, and would have space for 250 cars.
Meanwhile, a steel tube rail, which crematorium bosses admit was totally out of character with the listed crematorium building and colonnade, has been replaced with a traditional wrought iron railing with gold finials.
If Bangor crematorium relied only on people from Gwynedd, it wouldn't pay.
He was also deemed to be too big for Scotland's biggest crematorium furnace in Dunfermline.
Birmingham Crematorium, in Perry Barr, has a 30-inch maximum, the Robin Hood Crematorium in Solihull has a 31-inch maximum and the Woodland Crematorium in Coleshill also has a 31-inch maximum.
Howard previously has denied that there has ever been an odor problem at the crematorium, but she said she would cooperate with AQMD investigators.
The crematorium can deal with hundreds of corpses,(2) but its nobility lies in its tenderness: its gentle conflation of archetypes of grove, tomb and cave.
Please meet for service at Saltwell Crematorium on Monday 12th October at 2.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Funeral of Alice will now take place at Tynemouth Crematorium on Wednesday 18th March at 12.
The Cortege will leave McNulty Funeral Home, 25 New North Parade on Thursday, January 8th for Service and Cremation at Huddersfield Crematorium at 10.
Memoria Ltd currently run a crematorium in a rural area of Cardiff, which the St Asaph development would be similar to.