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mortician

(mŏr-tĭsh′ăn) [L. mors, death]
Undertaker; person trained to prepare the dead for burial.
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Doughty went on to become a mortician with her own funeral home, as well as a high-profile death activist with a massive following on YouTube and Instagram.
The promo indicates that the police will not only find the mortician's body, but also of four other victims who were put in caskets or buried in other people's graves.
Whereupon he dumps the head in a convenient hatbox, commandeers a car and makes his run for freedom leaving the horrified mortician free to call the cops, who 'make the collar'.
That's what two boys experience after they finish a bug killing spree throughout their neighborhood, despite the warnings from the local mortician. "Don't Let the Dead Bugs Bite!" by Stephen Zmina is a family-friendly tale that kids of all ages will enjoy.
A self- described cyber mortician , Sartin spends a fair amount of time investigating security failures at enterprises across industries.
CARTHAGE, Texas -- A former mortician whose killing of a rich widow shook an East Texas town and later inspired a movie will soon go free, after the district attorney who prosecuted him agreed Tuesday to let him out of a life sentence.
The mortician auditioned for the show with Katy Perry's Unconditionally and Emeli Sande's Read All About It.
cranked the casket closed, I eagle-eyed his mortician's
Shrapnel The bonesaw being dull, the mortician must lean the full weight of his upper body as he cuts into the sternum.
When Jack has the poor taste to attire himself in a Halloween costume as mass murder Spizz, with makeup by Bunny, the mortician's daughter, it hearkens back to his appearance as the Grim Reaper in the previous novel and resonates with the surprising solution to the murder mystery.
He uses his grandfather's mortician make up to take his camp-fire story to another level.