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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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.
The reburial ceremony was attended by a Polish delegation of about 40 people.
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President Duterte returned from the Asia-Pacific Cooperation (Apec) Summit in Lima, Peru, sailing into a storm of protests sparked by the reburial of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos in the cemetery for heroes with full military honors, which he allowed.
The decision follows consultation with a range of interested parties about what should happen to the remains in terms of further research, reburial and commemoration.
Professor Chris Gerrard, head of the university project team, said: "All those we consulted with agreed that a respectful and dignified reburial and commemoration was vital.
His career began at Little Big Horn, where he aided in the reburial of Custer's fallen soldiers.
The book also details the immediate aftermath of the battle, including the burial and reburial of combatants.
Today they're silver England Grand Slam rugby hero James Haskell reveals how he keeps his feet from going black and blue I'm still friends with Boris, just perhaps not such good friends David Cameron concedes his friendship with Boris Johnson has been damaged by BoJo's backing for Brexit It's right up there with the Mayflower and Columbus's Santa Maria US marine archaeologist Kathy Abbass on the discovery of Captain Cook's Endeavour off Rhode Island Everyone's talking about Richard III, but he didn't play football, it's the boys who won it A jubilant Leicester City fan doubts King Richard's reburial brought the Premier League title
Mr Alexander believes the council should meet the full costs for the reburial as it was their mistake.
1) This is the latest of several cases this century where local communities and other interested parties have sought to influence decisions on the reburial of the remains of what might be called the ancient (2) British dead, sometimes coming into conflict with those in possession of the remains, and 'contesting' what should happen to them.