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urn

The container where cremated ashes are stored
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was there to visit the tomb but was surprised when he discovered that the urn was missing.
He pointed to his two neighbors, Loui Alday and a certain Marvin, who went to his house at Clinic Ville around noon of March and told him to sell two metal urns for P1,900.
com/support/faq/#s1) designed the concept for the Bios Urn in 1997 .
Currently other Bios Urn distributors have plans of opening more "tree of life" gardens.
Plankey's long-held desire to initiate a community burial site has finally come to life In September of last year, he helped inaugurate a communitarian urn in Cuernavaca's Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary.
But they only received the Waterford crystal urn the winning team gets to keep.
Each urn contains some number of balls of two kinds- let us say, black and white balls.
a](a + 1 + 1)] that is convenient for the investigation of properties of a fixed urn and for various values of t.
On April 19, Oakwood is hosting its first Urn Art & Garden Faire -- a juried competition that's drawn entries from across the country.
euro]e urn was found on land owned by Stephen Bond who was having routine observations carried out in the foundation trenches which were being dug for a housing development.
In writing his "Ode on a Grecian Urn," Keats seems to be meditating on "The Phoenix and Turtle" almost to the extent that he is, within the fiction of the ode, contemplating an urn.
A sealed bottle containing copies of the Liverpool and Wallasey newspapers, a number of coins, and a record of the event and the participators therein was placed inside the urn by the Mayor, who said he did this in the name of inhabitants in Wallasey, in whose name also he congratulated the builders in having progressed so far with the magnificent building in spite of the difficulties they had to encounter.