reinterment


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reinterment

(ˌriːɪnˈtɜːmənt)
n
a second or further interment or burial
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Postwar cemetery consolidation efforts led to the repeated disinterment, relocation, and reinterment of U.S.
This may take the form of a car that refuses to start, a driver who becomes ill when attempting to transport a dead body to the wrong burial place, or family members visited in dreams long after wartime burials in the bush with instructions on where to find the remains for reinterment. (12)
The problem is not even Rodrigo Duterte's aegis of the surreptitious reinterment of Ferdinand Marcos in the Libingan ng mga Bayani.
They could be applied only after project managers complied with a number of stipulations regarding the reinterment and gained approval from the Federal Historic Preservation Commission, the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, and the York County Orphans' Court, Hogeman said.
In moving bones to the chamber edge, neither bone selection nor construction of a designated burial feature for reinterment is present.
RICHARD III WALKING TRAIL, CITY CENTRE Following the discovery of the controversial king in a city centre car park in 2012 and the reinterment of his remains in 2015, the Richard III walking trail was introduced.
Some social and forensic aspects of exhumation and reinterment of industrial revolution remains.
They were notified last August of the match and chose Memorial Day for the reinterment because the family has always honored fallen servicemen that day, said Walt's sister, Carolyn Sellers.
These range from regular annual events like diwali to one-off events like the queens maundy visit, the leicester city football club victory parade and the king richard iii reinterment event.
(7) Sinn's inference seems reasonable as under the custom of "second burial" in South China, exhumation of bones for reinterment usually took place five to seven years after the bodies were buried.
2016) (authorizing "to reimburse the next of kin of children whose bodies are buried and exhumed at the Dozier School for the costs associated with funeral services and reinterment").