reburial


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reburial

(riːˈbɛrɪəl)
n
the act of burying (something, esp a dead body) in the ground again
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Noun1.reburial - the act of burying again
burying, burial - concealing something under the ground
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Namai is said to have witnessed the burial, exhumation and reburial without reporting to police.
Meanwhile, in Budapest, Hungary, 250,000 gather in Heroes' Square for the historic reburial of former Prime Minister Imre Nagy, who was executed in 1958.
He said the police would now assist the related parties including the Orang Asli Development Department (Jakoa) and the Kelantan Islamic Religion and Malay Customs Department (MAIK) to process the reburial of the Batek tribe Orang Asli involved.
He is now re-interred at Leicester Cathedral Despite the clamour for a York Minister retrieval Hopefully Richard is now left to rest in peace After a dignified reburial for the deceased GEORGE MCLANDERS
In 1920 France and Belgium decided to allow exhumation of their own dead for reburial.
GMP paid for the cost of the exhumation and reburial of the bodies.
In 1997, his remains were returned to Cuba for reburial.
30, 1912, a ceremony was held for Rizal's reburial at the base of the monument built in his memory at Luneta Park.
During the reburial service people will have the opportunity to scatter a handful of Scottish soil into the grave, in acknowledgement of the origins of many of the soldiers.
By the time the DAR decided to honor Corbin with a reburial in 1926, any grave marker was gone.
The remains of Victor Emmanuel III, who reigned as Italy's king through two world wars and died in exile in 1947, were flown back from Egypt on Sunday for reburial at a family mausoleum near Turin.