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urn

The container where cremated ashes are stored
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But they only received the Waterford crystal urn the winning team gets to keep.
This urn may have poured tea for Nelson, or for the leading thinkers of the Lunar Society, who met to dine at Soho House by the light of the full moon.
The Heavenly Creations Cremation Urns serve as very long-lasting, beautiful, and affordable urn options.
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 has been dated back to the Bronze Age after being veried through carbon dating of the remains.
It was fortunate it was there because the moment Lynne saw the Minnesota Twins themed urn she instantly thought, “This couldn't be more perfect.
The crane chains were then attached to the massive urn, andf it was hoisted into position 150ft from the ground, and nearly 200ft above the promenade level.
James Logan, Commercial Director of the Gerber Juice Company, which licenses the Urn Bongo brand said: "This is a new era for Urn Bongo and we are seeing many customers that loved the drink in the 80's introducing it to the next generation of Urn Bongo drinkers.
com/story/22901723/police-searching-for-urn-stolen-from-mothers-purse) they want to find the urn even if they can't find the person who stole the purse, WSFA reports.
The most common items that may be lying around are garden urns or statuary of the 20th century, the moulded urns and the moulded figurines and birdbaths which you think are just old and don''t have any value, he says.
Little Urn is being overhauled at Dent's Accident Repair Centre in Stockton.