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MORTUARIES, Eng. law. These are a sort of ecclesiastical heriots, being a customary gift claimed by and due to the minister, in many parishes, on the death of the parishioner. 2 Bl. Com. 425.

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In this, our 61st year of observingKever Avot , we look forward to bringing our community together to pray together as one," said Len Lawrence, General Manager of Mount Sinai Memorial Parks and Mortuaries.
There are five mortuaries in Abu Dhabi -- two in the city, one in Al Ain and two in the Western region.
Despite this, the temporary mortuaries planned for the city in the event of an outbreak only have a capacity of 1,200.
Palm Mortuaries, Cemeteries and Crematories is celebrating its 80th Anniversary and is honored to be one of the few family owned and operated funeral homes in Nevada.
Modern mortuaries have systems which take the air from the mortuary table.
Forest Lawn(R) and Celebrate a Life(R) are registered trade marks of Forest Lawn Memorial-Parks and Mortuaries.
You can go back 100 years and see that casket styles don't change,'' said Nadan, noting that the shop's prices reflect savings of up to 55 percent compared with prices charged by some mortuaries.
Almost all mortuaries are willing to provide a simple wooden box.
Davis honed his expertise in operations, organizational responsibilities, and community relations, holding management positions with Crystal Cathedral Memorial Gardens, Mountain Valley Memorial Park & Mortuary in Joshua Tree; Wiefels & Son Mortuaries in Yucca Valley and Twenty-nine Palms; Miller-Jones Mortuary in Hemet, and Bellevue Memorial Park in Ontario.