|NOUN || a coffin | coffins |
|VERB || to coffin | coffined | coffined|
coffining | coffins
|SYNO ||casket | coffin|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- During the funeral, as the coffin was moving from the hearse to the grave site, Navy SEALs were lined up forming a column of twos on both sides of the pallbearers' route, with the coffin moving up the center.
- A coffin stone is set into the verge on the north side of the bridge for pall bearers to rest with a coffin on their way from Muker to the church at Grinton.
- A coffin owned by The Amazing Criswell is seen in the film, the second of Wood's films (after "Night of the Ghouls") in which such a coffin appears.
- The history of Tung Wah Coffin Home began in 1875 when it was built by the Man Mo Temple.
- This would also explain the modesty of Sekhemre-Heruhirmaat Intef's coffin, which lacked a royal uraeus and is stylistically similar to the clearly non-royal coffin of Kamose.
- Dodson notes that Harsiese's coffin is similar in style to the hawk-headed silver coffin of Shoshenq II, and to the surviving "traces of the gilded coffin and cartonnage of Osorkon II" (pp. 88–89).
- A recurring theme is that the coffin was very heavy.
- Tia was once buried in a set of three coffins. There was a wooden inner, anthropoid coffin, a middle granite, anthropoid coffin and an outer, wooden, rectangular coffin.
- The Davao people are mostly known for placing objects in the coffin of the person, such as cutting rosaries and placing them in the hands of the deceased person and placing a chick in the coffin during the wake.
- Anatoly announces his death by Wednesday; the monks provide a coffin.
- In the Jewish religion, a simple wooden coffin is discouraged; flowers in or around the coffin are not allowed. A natural burial (without a coffin) is a normality today in Israel.
- At Dabona, a site connected with the Dian culture, archaeologists discovered a large double coffin burial; The outer coffin was made of wood and the inner coffin was made of bronze.
- Coffin races or coffin racing is a sport in which the contestants compete in delivering a coffin from start to finish; rules may vary.
- The economy coffin, hinged coffin or Josephinian coffin ([...] , [...] , or [...]) He also proclaimed that the deceased should be buried naked so that their clothes could be reused by others.
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