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Non-indigenous remains in the post-colonial context are likely to be modern or historical, rather than ancient, and so will generally be protected by the laws relating to disinterment and handling of modern remains.
Reburying the Dead: Disinterment and Reinterment at TVA's Norris Dam.
Anti-dissection protesters commonly referred to the practice as "bodysnatching," while corpse-seeking thieves, in an effort to elevate the rhetoric of disinterment, labeled themselves "resurrectionists.
And if the trial itself was not a good reason to re-tell it, then there was the extra spice of scandal, disinterment and poisoning.
Such linguistic aboutness may signify discourse rather than presentation or disinterment, but discourse implies the presence of others.
Bones prised from the cloak of bark and soil, sinewy and disgraced by this sudden disinterment, hefted pale into the cold dark like a stone carried clear and dripping from a river, heavy and weighted with the tarnish of plunder, a Gunn-e-darr man, rising, carrying his country as witness to patternings of shame no craniometer can measure.
Twenty-one Gershwin tunes are shoehorned in; many sparkle, some don't quite fit, and a couple of long-lost tunes don't deserve disinterment.
On 19 November, he and the members of the imperial family attended a ceremony of disinterment of Peter III at the Aleksandr Nevskii Monastery.
And do they always contribute toward metaphorical disinterment, or sometimes to reinterment?
Reports of similar malefic acts have started doing rounds at an alarming rate with the Nazimabad area disinterment of young girls cadavers by a necromania to save his morbid perversion being the predecessor to this mass grave desecration at hand.
Reports of similar malefic acts have started doing rounds at an alarming rate with the Nazimabad area disinterment of young girls' cadavers by a necromania to state his morbid perversion being the predecessor to this mass grave desecration at hand.
THE GENESIS OF THE AMERICAN WAY OF DEATH GOES BACK o the Civil War, when enterprising individuals discovered a market for the disinterment from battlefields of deceased Union Army officers.