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bury

To cover out of sight, as the body of a deceased in a grave, a tomb or the ocean; to deposit (e.g., a corpse) in its resting place, with funeral ceremonies; to inter.
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League chiefs say their member clubs will discuss Bury later this month.
"Finally justice has taken its course, the ruling was fair, it's a matter of time before I bury my husband," said Ms Were.
Bury council and bury ccg are in the process of transforming the care and support we deliver to unpaid carers.
Dominic Telford, Chris Dagnall and Nicky Adams were on target as Bury secured a second-place finish in Group B with a win over the League One side - qualifying for the last 32 of the competition in the process.
Talking to Pakistan Today, they said that they often have to face problem with the burial of their relatives as the administrators of the local graveyard do not grant them permission to bury their relatives in that graveyard.A resident of Education Town, Umar Mustafa said that his father passed away a few days ago and they faced a lot of problem at the time of burial.
"I think it's a normal way of burying, which is, you know, a person dies and you bury them - that is another big issue.
Unfortunately, I was only in Bury a short while when I tripped on a faulty step, causing me to bang my head.
Four players then at Accrington - Jay Harris, David Mannix, Robbie Williams and Peter Cavanagh - and Andrew Mangan, who was at Bury having recently returned from a loan spell with Stanley, have been charged with betting on a victory for the visitors.
(Albany), Albany, New York, USA, has announced a plan to discontinue press fabric and forming fabric manufacturing at its facility in Dieren, the Netherlands, and to discontinue dryer fabric manufacturing at its facility in Bury, Lancashire, England.
BURY 0 OLDHAM 0 OLDHAM beat Bury 5-4 on penalties to clinch the Isle of Man Football Festival final but both sides require urgent lessons in finishing before the August 12 kick-off.
Although Ballet Hispanico presented a trio of premieres, it was Ramon Oller's Bury Me Standing, first seen in 1998, that epitomized the duende of this spunky little company.
Where previously a Montanan could bury anyone he or she wanted on private land, the new regulations decreed one could only bury one's family.