Sepulchre

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SEPULCHRE. The place where a corpse is buried. The violation of sepulchres is a misdemeanor at common law. Vide Dead bodies.

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Speaking at the behest of General Michel Aoun, the MP and, with reference to Jesus's rise from the Dead, likewise, vowed to roll the stone of the sepulcher of the regime saying this would allow the resurrection of partnership and restoration of lost Christian rights.
She was buried at St Sepulcher Cemetery in her hometown Pune following a funeral service at St Paul's Cathedral on August 23.
Jerusalem prevented pilgrims from reaching the Church of Holy Sepulcher.
A statement issued by his office said Serry and members of the diplomatic corps visited an Easter procession from the New Gate to the Holy Sepulcher at the invitation of the Palestinian Christian community in Jerusalem.
The annual Easter rite draws thousands of Christian pilgrims to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
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He examines the origins of modern East German sepulcher culture, the organization of disposal, the structures and choices among overcrowded cemeteries, the communal burial of ashes, the development of new spaces for disposal, and the diversity of rituals they could exercise.
Marie will be buried in the Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Orange, CA.
The Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem does excellent work in supporting the Latin patriarch and the Catholic schools as well as Bethlehem University, but much more political effort is required from the U.
The Iraqi President Jalal Talabani participated in the ceremony held in al-Jondi al-Majhool Sepulcher in Baghdad to mark the 89th anniversary of the establishment of the Iraqi Army.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday summoned Israeli ambassador to protest against Tel Aviv's unilateral acts in the holy city of Jerusalem , that aims to tamper with the western wall of Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
The clash broke out between Armenian and Greek Orthodox monks in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, revered as the site of Jesus's crucifixion, burial and resurrection.