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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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This site is owned by Bury Council and is being sold on a long leasehold basis, using a phase by phase approach.
I then started to experience chest pains and, as I have an underlying heart condition, was taken to Bury Hospital and kept in overnight.
An FA statement said: "All five are alleged to have placed bets on Bury to win this match.
Bury held the home side at bay for most of the game, although Scunthorpe looked most likely to score in the closing stages.
Bury Me Standing is Oller's second work for Ballet Hispanico.
Some supplicants bury the saint near the "For Sale" sign, others inter him in the backyard.
But the latest reports have not gone down well with Bury directors.
Portsmouth striker David Nugent, who is originally from Huyton, stepped in to help Bury FC by taking on the role of main sponsor of Forever Bury's beer festival next month.
Judith Hoad slammed Donegal County Council's suggestion she did not seek permission to bury Jerry in her back yard six years ago.
Determining how and when prehistoric people began to bury their dead--and whether symbolism and ritual were involved in those first burials--could produce important insights into the development of modern humans.
SUPER sub Adrian Littlejohn, who originates from Wolverhampton, dented Notts County's hopes of moving into the play-off zone with a late, late equaliser to give Bury a good home point.
In a program that included Ann Reinking's slinky moves (in her 1997 Ritmo y Ruido) and David Rousseve's text-driven dancetheater (in the 1996 When Dreams Explode), Ramon Oller's new Bury Me Standing, a piece about the culture of Gypsy people, was exceptional for its meditative approach and resonant images.