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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.

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26) Even though this last mentioned belief has not been exclusive and consistent through time (see Setzer 2009), it has been (in the Baltic Sea region) traditionally presented as the main reason why the Christian burial rite favoured inhumation (e.
We focus primarily here on the southernmost sequence of interments, which concluded with the digging of a retrieval pit targeting the skull of a primary inhumation.
In this regard, in cases where death of another person or even another family member occurred during this period, it would be natural to use the same structure for inhumation, with the repetition of the deposition of grave goods and of the ritual feasts.
Ollivier Hubert note pour sa part qu'en 1845, le prix d'une inhumation dans l'eglise est fixe a 80 livres a Saint-Henry-de-Mascouche (paroisse voisine de Saint-Roch); voir O.
SM le Roi Mohammed VI, que Dieu Le preserve, a adresse des messages de condoleances aux familles des victimes de l'accident, survenu vendredi matin pres de Tan-Tan, et decide de prendre en charge personnellement les frais de transfert des depouilles et leur inhumation, des obseques et des soins des blesses, indique un communique du Cabinet royal.
Un autre, d'un autre quotidien commente: [beaucoup moins que]Defile sans ame, cohue sans esprit et inhumation intelligente[beaucoup plus grand que].
Definition of burial rites: excarnation, token deposition and inhumation
As in the Balkans, these bow fibulae appear in inhumation burials, sometimes in pairs, more often singly.
En 9500 BP, la foret boreale avait colonise la region et l'utilisation du site par les etres humains a ete minime jusqu'a environ 7000 BP, alors qu'une occupation breve du site a probablement inclus une inhumation.
In this area, the practice of wrapping bodies in bear skins endured for over 1,000 years, starting in the Roman Iron Age in south-western Finland and ending with the Medieval Age inhumation burials in the Karelian Isthmus.
The excavation overlies a cemetery with inhumation burials dated between c.
Selon le representant de la SAPS, Hiddouche Said, la police d'assurance [beaucoup moins que]Rapatriement de corps[beaucoup plus grand que] de la SAPS, permet a l'assure d'etre sur que son inhumation, en cas de deces, se fera en Algerie, dans le lieu choisi, et de liberer ainsi ses proches des soucis materiels, financiers ou organisationnels.