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It read: "All of the abovenamed family members support this petition" and added "the proposed disinterment and re-interment of the deceased being in accordance with the deceased's family's wishes, and having been deemed feasible by the relevant local authority, Warrant to disinter and re-inter should be granted as first craved.
On the assumption that Mr Thompson-Noel and his fellow travellers approve of Flat racing, perish the thought they ever disinter the authoritative, but suppressed, report detailing the damage and alleged cruelty caused by the training and racing of
Blassie's family had appealed to the Pentagon to disinter the remains and conduct mitochondrial DNA tests that would establish that the set of six bones, resting in a crypt next to the unidentified remains of soldiers from the two World Wars and Korea, belongs to him.
Jim and Yvonne Collinson, from Perth, asked police to disinter the body of 17-year-old James, who died at Deepcut, Surrey, in March this year from a single gunshot to the head.
It is a shame she doesn't voice the same concern over the issue of the outrageous plan by France to disinter thousands of British and Allied war dead from their final resting places in order to build another runway to service air travellers to Paris.
I disinter the murky fund-raising of past Tory regimes - in Maggie Thatcher's time as much as pounds 1million was taken from dodgy car chief Octav Botnar before he legged it to Switzerland - not to absolve Tony Blair and Labour.
And yesterday a judge at the Court of Session made the rare decision to disinter the remains.
It is dig-deep time for Blues but if they dig deep enough to disinter the treasure of three points, the pressure for those final two games would ease immeasurably.
At the end of 1945, according to the archive, Lieutenant General Kobulow, in command of the PoW department of the Red Army, cabled Moscow that he wanted to disinter the bodies.
What Mo Mowlam plans is not to disinter him, but to use his rule, as adopted in the Good Friday Agreement.
A Midland woman who lost the octuplets she was carrying has applied to disinter the babies and rebury them at a new resting place after a row over the wording for their gravestone.
At the end of 1945, according to the newly released Russian archive, Lt General Kobulow, in command of the PoW department of the Red Army, cabled Moscow that he wanted to disinter the bodies.

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