funeral parlor

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Noun1.funeral parlor - a mortuary where those who knew the deceased can come to pay their last respectsfuneral parlor - a mortuary where those who knew the deceased can come to pay their last respects
dead room, morgue, mortuary - a building (or room) where dead bodies are kept before burial or cremation
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An officer or employee of the hospital, clinic, funeral parlor, morgue or similar facilities who violates the provision of the proposed law shall be penalized with a fine of not less than P20,000 but not more than P50,000 or imprisonment of not less than one month but not more than six months or both at the discretion of the court.
"The funeral parlor and the grieving family could be thinking that these flying balloons will reach heaven which is referred to as the final resting place of their departed loved ones.
It is believed that police hve DNA evidence linking Shazada with the Co-op funeral parlor.
The two students were brought to the Villa Funeral Parlor and Angel Funeral Parlor in Toril, respectively.
An apparently drunk 24-year-old laborer died after crashing his motorcycle into the concrete fence of a funeral parlor at 1:50 a.m.
Unforeseen circumstances ruin Brad's summer, and he's sent to stay with a grandfather he's never met--and who, Brad is horrified to discover, runs a funeral parlor. He also loves to fish, and through this shared pleasure they move tentatively toward friendship.
Riding the wave of publicity, Kamm formed an alliance with an old-world funeral parlor group called Sogi-hyaku-to-ban, meaning "Funerals 110," alluding to the emergency number that Japanese can call when they need assistance.
A man who collapsed at the roadside near the main gate of the Accident and Emergency Department of the Georgetown Hospital was reportedly quickly picked up by a hearse and rushed off to a city funeral parlor - before he was pronounced dead by a doctor, witnesses said, reports The Guyana Chronicle (April 10, 2002).
A hometown funeral was held Friday for Yoshie Koizumi, the mother of Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, at a funeral parlor in Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, southwest of Tokyo, before her cremation.
Closure is within the heart, not within the funeral parlor or cemetery.