Cremated is used with these nouns: ↑remains

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  • cremated — adj British ruined, destroyed, defeated, trounced. A coinage of the 1980s combining the notions of killed and burned. The term was briefly in vogue among yuppies. ► If the market moves in a big way we ll get cremated. (Serious Money, Caryl… …   Contemporary slang

  • cremated — cre·mate || krɪ meɪt v. incinerate, burn to ashes (i.e. dead body) …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • Cremation in the Christian World — Columbarium niches built into the side of St. Joseph s Chapel Mausoleum at the Catholic Mount Olivet Cemetery, Key West (rural Dubuque), Iowa. Today, cremation is an increasingly popular form of disposition of the deceased. This is true even in… …   Wikipedia

  • Death in Singapore — Graves at the Kranji War Cemetery – photographed 13 November 2005 Deaths in Singapore offset the population increase from live births. In 2007, 17,140 people in Singapore died from various causes. The death rate was 4.5 deaths per 1,000 of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Cremation in Romania — The 20th century history of cremation in Romania began in 1923, when the Romanian Cremation Society, called Cenuşa ( Ashes ), was formed. In February 1928, the Bucharest Crematorium, also called Cenuşa, began operations. It cremated 262 corpses… …   Wikipedia

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