embalming fluid


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embalming fluid

n
a liquid used to treat a dead body, which contains preservatives to retard putrefaction
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embalming fluid

nBalsamierflüssigkeit f
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Smith's casket, deteriorated flesh falling off his face and hands, bodily fluids excreting from his orifices, the body lying in embalming fluid, and his clothing and the lining of the casket saturated with embalming fluid," the lawsuit said.
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So there were zombie-proof coffins and party packs of embalming fluid alongside drive-through funeral homes and eco-death suits that act as fertile ground for mushrooms.
It is also used in jet fuels, rubber petroleum products, transformer oil and embalming fluid.
Using a hand pump, the embalming fluid was pumped through the arterial system of the body as blood was displaced through an incision at the neck or upper thigh.
Laced with ethanol, embalming fluid or battery acid to give it more kick, this substance is regularly blamed for causing blindness and death when the criminal syndicates behind the trade mix it wrongly.
A sweet smell, which has been identified as embalming fluid, is always present when Zozzaby puts in an appearance, and sometimes a green aura has been seen around the creepy clown.
Excessive formaldehyde vapor in the working area can be caused by a work environment that facilitates the spillage of formalin; poor condition of cadavers, which causes embalming fluid to leak; a high formaldehyde concentration in the air (>0.