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crematorium

(krē″mă-tō′rē-ŭm) [L.]
A place for the burning of corpses.
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"Our partnership with British Heart Foundation has enabled us to purchase a defibrillator to be located at the crematorium for use during an emergency."
However, recently the pagoda committee received a letter from the Ministry of Religions and Cults saying the crematorium would be removed and a new one built near Bridge Number Five at Prek Leap commune.
Funeral service to be held on Thursday September 13th at Kirkleatham Crematorium at 1pm.
Would all please meet for a celebration of Anne's life at Whitley Bay Crematorium on Tuesday 17th July at 10:30am.
Funeral service will take place on Friday 29 June, 11am at Borders Crematorium, Melrose, to which all friends are welcome.
He said the government had approved Rs30 million for crematorium in 2017-18 and released Rs2.69 to the Peshawar administration on Sept 12, 2017, for purchase of ambulance or vehicle to transport bodies of Sikh community for crematorium.
His greatest architectural work is the crematorium with the urn grove in Bratislava.In this exceptional Slovak-English book, author Matas Dulla not only points out what makes Miluky's architecture so exceptional but sets the process of its creation in historical context, a local as well as foreign one.
Nor do I have any complaint at all about the staff at Falkirk Crematorium or the crematorium itself following its much-needed and longoverdue refurbishment.
The crematorium helps them with all the necessary arrangements.
The crematorium's permit to operate expired on May 13, 2014.
The only public crematorium to make the top ten was Distington Hall Crematorium, in Workington, operated by Copeland Borough Council.