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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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He spoke to the Star in Mombasa after Kibra MP Ken Okoth was cremated.
On the burial date, relatives arrived to collect the body at the morgue only to find his wife had cremated it.
The witness went out for lunch at 11:50am but, upon arriving back at the pagoda, the body had already been cremated.
"Last year there was a case were a Cypriot was sent abroad to be cremated upon his own wish.
The found that "at least 10 of the 25 cremated individuals analysed did not spend their lives on the Wessex chalk on which the monument is found".
Generoso was responding to Lacson's remark that the proposed federal Constitution crafted by the 22-member Con-com 'is just waiting to be cremated.'
Marc Inman received a call from police in January saying that the cremated remains of his cousin Lawanda Williams, who died of a heart attack in 2016, had been confused with another person's ashes.
There were 31 incidents involving the disposal of bodies, including 25 bodies which were released to an undertaker by mistake, with nine buried or cremated by the wrong family.
The coffin did not enter any public area and was cremated in a separate, stand-by cremator, which was professionally cleaned afterwards.
Glasgow City Council have said they would refuse any request for Brady to be cremated in the area.
One of the main issues of concern raised at the parliamentary discussions on the issue was registering a preference to be cremated before a person died, and this condition has been reflected in the law.