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incinerate

verb blaze, burn, burn to a cinder, burn up, burning to ashes, catch fire, conflagrate, deflagrate, fire, ignite, incandesce, inflame, kindle, light up, melt down, roast, scald, scorch, sear, singe, smolder, strike a light
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See also: burn, deflagrate, destroy, efface
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Andrea Davies' cat was killed by a dog but its body was incinerated before she had chance to see her
The show reveals how one of the country's leading hospitals, Addenbrooke's in Cambridge, incinerated 797 babies below 13 weeks at their own "waste to energy" plant in two years.
The French Interior Minister stated that the number of burned cars and motorbikes this new year's eve did not exceed the norm compared with last few years, pointing out that 83 cars were incinerated in Seine-San-Donnez in Paris suburbs, 72 cars in Horanne and 70 cars in Paranne in eastern France.
The remains were cremated and then mixed with biomedical waste at the Dover Air Force Base mortuary, where they were given to a contractor who incinerated them and dumped the residue in a landfill, The Washington Post reports.
About 80 per cent of Birmingham's non-recyclable waste is incinerated with the rest going to landfill.
John Pointon & Sons in Cheddleton, near Leek, will grind the carcasses to a pulp which will be incinerated and the remnants sorted into solids and fats.
Constructed from old timber pallets donated by local firms, the structure was ceremonially incinerated on the eve of the Millennium.
In the ensuing conflagration, Medeoan's husband and most of the army are incinerated.
They also can be incinerated or buried, which involves storage, handling, and, for incinerated feathers, emissions control and ash disposal.
A potential codefendant of the Lackawanna Six, he was summarily executed without trial in Yemen by a Central Intelligence Agency missile that incinerated the car he was traveling in.
Valery Gergiev, who was conducting in Rotterdam at the time, as reported in Pravda, the value of the incinerated materials ran between $500.