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deadhouse

(ˈdɛdˌhaʊs)
n
a mortuary
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Then followed four years of penal servitude, spent in the company of common criminals in Siberia, where he began the "Dead House," and some years of service in a disciplinary battalion.
Now this hasn't the feel of a dead house. The hall seems more alive even than in the old days, when it held the Wilcoxes' own things."
ONE of the stories in John F Wake's recently published Horrors Of The Dead House - Policing The Streets Of Old Cardiff is titled Street Of Shame: Flagon Alley.
The body was shifted to the dead house for autopsy.
On information, the police reached the spot and took the bodies of dacoits and shifted to a dead house for autopsy.
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His body was shifted to the dead house and police were awaiting his family to further look into the matter.
The bodies were removed to the dead house for postmortem.
The bodies were transferred to a dead house for postmortem.
The 90-minute tour explores the "seven original streets", finds out the mysteries of Hope Street and guests will get exclusive access into a hidden mortuary room known as "the dead house".
The rescue teams approached the venue and recovered 13 people so far while 05 dead bodies have been sent to dead house for post-mortem.
The Dead House is part of St Cynog's medieval church in Boughrood in Powys, which was entirely rebuilt in the 19th century.