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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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How long before the coffin goes into the cremator after the service?
The aforementioned theme tune to the TV series The Sinful People of Prague is echoed in The Cremator too, and tango is also applied as a period musical symbol of decadent dives.
The cremators were brought in for quarantine and it was a courtesy to the public to allow owners to cremate their animals and get the ashes, but pet owners have turned it into a burden on the ministry as they want to be in the room when the animal goes in, which is a safety concern.
The facility is designed to have four gas cremators for Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists as well as burial grounds for Muslims and Christians, said YA Rahim, president of the Indian Association Sharjah (IAS), which is executing the over Dh5million project.
Commenting further on the breakdown, he said: "The broken cremator was down on three days, which meant 17 cremations had to take place in Shrewsbury.
Other families have been told that despite the wishes of their recently departed, they will have to be buried rather than cremated because they will not fit in the cremator.
All the parts that don't make it to the airport come here, to the cremator.
A family that doesn't want to witness their dead calls a funeral director who'd just as soon not bother either, and he has a third-party cremator, and we find 300 bodies littering a 16-acre site because nobody's watching anyone, not the funeral directors, not the regulators, and not the families.
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It added: "They were never cremated on their own, they always went into the cremator with an adult.
However, on the patterning range some strange things happened with Carlson's Cremator mid-range tubes (ported and non) and Remington's Versa Max.