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crematorium

[krē′mətôrē·əm]
a facility for the disposal of dead bodies by burning.

crematorium

(krē″mă-tō′rē-ŭm) [L.]
A place for the burning of corpses.
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Apart from the crematorium, he demonstrated his exceptional ability when designing Ruzinov real estate or today's Andrej Hlinka Park.
The Heart of England crematorium, which is owned by Dignity Funeral, charges PS956 per cremation.
Morris claimed that many local authorities are running cemeteries at a loss and any surplus money made by crematoriums is used to subsidise burial services.
Mr Davies, who has had a previous application rejected by the council last October, has resubmitted an application to build a crematorium on Starkey Lane near Northop, just two miles from Memoria Ltd's proposed site.
The BBC investigation was launched in the wake of the scandal at Mortonhall Crematorium in Edinburgh, where staff buried the ashes of babies in secret for decades after telling their families there were no remains.
Some families burying loved ones at Durham County Council crematoriums will also have to pay out more.
There is no indication there is any need for another crematorium.
Although vandalism to gravestones is becoming an increasingly-common problem at city cemeteries, the break-ins at Yardley are believed to be the first at a crematorium.
Mourners currently have to travel to either Blacon Crematorium in Chester, Pentrebychan Crematorium in Wrexham or Colwyn Bay.
He was also deemed to be too big for Scotland's biggest crematorium furnace in Dunfermline.
A FUNERAL director claims charities could be missing out on large donations because a Valleys crematorium will not allow collections at its services.
And although it is unlikely that Rugby Borough Council will have the cash to build the facility, one possibility is to sell the land to a company which runs crematoriums.