incineration

[ in-sin-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF incineration

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Barter took the “incineration tube” and directed it on the skin.

The hour of silence was over; the incineration accomplished.

These sepultures are some by incineration, others by inhumation.

A large amount of phosphates of calcium and magnesium was found in the ash remaining after the incineration of the solid matter.

"You've made an incineration against Miss Shaw," he shouted.

Later I was told of the "incineration" and his eloquent defense of me, and I thanked him for it.

Incineration had been imperfect and we had no doubt whatever.

Incineration is not uncommon in Alaska, and in such cases the ashes are distributed among the winds and waves.

The custom of incineration gains ground in Europe until in the Bronze Age it is the rule and inhumation the exception.

They burned their dead, and Meyer thinks that incineration spread northward and westward from this centre.

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