Cemeterial

Cem`e`te´ri`al


a.1.Of or pertaining to a cemetery.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(13) Letter, Henderson National Memorial Civil Rights League to Woodrow Wilson, 27 June 1916, NA, RG 92, Office of the Quartermaster General, Cemeterial Division, 1917-1922, Box 14, Folder Corrizal, Mexico.
Department of Defense: $7.218 billion $3.734 billion Operation and maintenance $3.423 million Military and family housing construction $60.3 Cemeterial Expenses million Source: CNN Stimulus Spending (Billions) Agriculture and rural development: $15.986 billion All Agriculture $15.99 CHEMARK estimate $80 million in coatings & paints over three years Source: CNN Note: Table made from pie chart.
At SMO--better (if infamously) known as Auschwitz-Birkenau cemeterial concerns are added to museological ones.
In these portraits there is ant shrapnel, exorcism as excoriation, an abrading of the face to reveal its abraxas, its cemeterial grue, its fecal infinity.