gravesite


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grave·site

 (grāv′sīt′)
n.
The place where a grave is located.

gravesite

(ˈɡreɪvˌsaɪt)
n
the site of a grave
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I felt coming to the gravesite and laying a wreath will express my sorrow and my sympathy and empathy for the families, governor and all the people of the state and indeed all Nigerians without any exception.
His body will be cremated and a private gravesite service will be held at a later date.
In December 2014, the Administrative Court of Alexandria banned the annual festivities, previously attended by hundreds of Jews at Abuhatzeira's gravesite in the Nile Delta city of Damanhur, where the rabbi was buried in 1879 en route to Israel.
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I was deemed too young to go to Siegfried's funeral, but, a month later, I was still dumbstruck when my mother, choking up at her father's gravesite, asked me to pray to God for his soul.
on Sunday, a backhoe had been digging a gravesite for the three bodies so these would be buried in keeping with Islamic laws that the body should be buried within 24 hours from the time of death.
Mobley in Richmond, California, attendees dressed in African attire and relatives and friends played their drums for him at the gravesite (interment), and the repast.
The gravesite was opened to the public Saturday, and one of the first people on the scene was an Iranian-American fan.
Red's body is discovered, and a clue from the gravesite leads Coates straight to Annie's door.
Queen Kelly has more visitors than any other gravesite in the cemetery.
Ramallah: In a move that intends to incite Palestinian anger, the Israeli occupation municipality in Jerusalem intends to hold an alcohol festival at the gravesite of Occupied Jerusalem's most prominent and historic Muslim cemetery.
This cost can include paying for the corpse to be prepared, the coffin, the digging of the gravesite and the purchase of the gravestone.