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BURIAL. The act of interring the dead.
     2. No burial is lawful unless made in conformity with the local regulations; an when a dead body has been found, it cannot be lawfully buried until the coroner has holden an inquest over it. In England. it is the practice for coroners to issue warrants to bury, after a view. 2 Umf. Lex. Coron. 497, 498.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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"The bones that I bury," said the Physician, "are those that I can no longer pick."
"There I will bury him, if I dig the grave myself," she say.
We might as well bury it here on the chance that some of us will escape the gallows to come back and enjoy it later."
When they had a trench of ample size to bury the chest, Tarrant suggested that they enlarge it and inter Snipes' body on top of the chest.
But the heavy lock and massive iron bands baffled both his cunning and his immense strength, so that he was compelled to bury the chest without having his curiosity satisfied.
Such is the policy by which I seek To serve the Commons and conformably I have proclaimed an edict as concerns The sons of Oedipus; Eteocles Who in his country's battle fought and fell, The foremost champion--duly bury him With all observances and ceremonies That are the guerdon of the heroic dead.
Did they forsooth award him special grace, And as some benefactor bury him, Who came to fire their hallowed sanctuaries, To sack their shrines, to desolate their land, And scout their ordinances?
In the dead of night Ninaka and his party had crawled away under the very noses of the avengers, taking the chest with them, and by chance von Horn and the two Dyaks cut back into the main trail along the river almost at the very point that Ninaka halted to bury the treasure.
BURY have been given a glimmer of hope by league chiefs that they could return to the EFL next season.
'We don't demand for the body to be buried in Kochia but we're ready to receive and bury him if he did not write a will for his burial place,' he added.
There are still 140 identified victims at the Identification Center Podrinje in Tuzla, but families decided not to bury their loved ones yet due to incomplete posthumous remains.
A Kisumu court has allowed a second wife in a polygamous marriage to bury her husband who died in February, 2019.Kisumu Resident Magistrate Winfrida Kemunto said Ms Grace Were took care of her husband Mr Silvanus Nyang'wara Mwanja until he died.The court, however, gave the first wife Siprosa Awino Nyang'wara 30 days to file an appeal before their husband is buried.