⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'deceased person' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a deceased person | deceased persons / deceased people
SYNO dead person | dead soul | deceased | ...
deceased personToter {m}
deceased personverstorbene Person {f}
deceased personAbgeschiedener {m} [geh.]
deceased person [female]Abgeschiedene {f} [geh.]
recently deceased personkürzlich verstorbene Person {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • If the context of inheritance rights, it will be the heirs of the deceased person who are attempting to dispute or establish paternity.
  • It is important to note that whilst the term embalming is used for both ancient and modern methods toward preservation of a deceased person there is very little connection in terms of actual practises or final aesthetic results.
  • In that case, the funeral director usually sells the casket to a family for a deceased person as part of the funeral services offered, and the price of the casket is included in the total bill for services rendered.
  • A hearse is a large vehicle, originally a horse carriage but later with the introduction of motor vehicles, a car, used to carry the body of a deceased person in a coffin at a funeral, wake, or memorial service.
  • ... a married couple), if the previously deceased person has been buried for an insufficient period of time the second body may be buried elsewhere until it is safe to relocate it to the requested grave.
  • A memorial service (or celebration of life) is a funerary ceremony that is performed without the remains of the deceased person.
  • A non-royal deceased person may be given a posthumous Buddhist name known as "kaimyō", but is in practice still referred to by the living name.
  • The Lakota people believe that after death, the deceased person's soul will go to the happy hunting ground, a realm that resembles the world of the living, but with better weather, and more plentiful animals that are easier to hunt than they are in the world of the living.
  • The pole's purpose is to honor the deceased person and identify the relative who is taking over as his successor within the clan and the community.
  • Canonization is the declaration of a deceased person as an officially recognized saint, specifically, the official act of a Christian communion declaring a person worthy of public veneration and entering their name in the canon catalogue of saints, or authorized list of that communion's recognized saints.
  • Article 4 makes it a crime to defame a deceased person according to Article 1 or 2.
  • Abatement of debts and legacies is a common law doctrine of wills that holds that when the equitable assets of a deceased person are not sufficient to satisfy fully all the creditors, their debts must abate proportionately, and they must accept a dividend.
  • Around ten years after Virchow's findings, pathologist Franz Ernst Christian Neumann found that the bone marrow of a deceased person with leukemia was colored "dirty green-yellow" as opposed to the normal red.
  • Intestacy has a limited application in those jurisdictions that follow civil law or Roman law because the concept of a will is itself less important; the doctrine of forced heirship automatically gives a deceased person's next-of-kin title to a large part (forced estate) of the estate's property by operation of law, beyond the power of the deceased person to defeat or exceed by testamentary gift.
  • In England and Wales, the possibility of escheat of a deceased person's property to the feudal overlord was abolished by the Administration of Estates Act 1925; however, the concept of "Bona vacantia" means that the crown (or Duchy of Cornwall or Duchy of Lancaster) can still receive such property if no-one else can be found who is eligible to inherit it.
  • If the deceased person is male then the grave is dedicated to Baron Samedi; if the deceased person is female then the grave is dedicated to Maman Brigitte.
  • Examples of the practical legal differences between Louisiana and the other states include the bar exam and legal standards of practice for attorneys in Louisiana being significantly different from other states; Louisiana being the only American state to practice forced heirship of a deceased person's estate; and some of Louisiana's laws clashing with the Uniform Commercial Code practiced by the other 49 states.
  • Author Charles Hedrick proposes that a distinction be made between [...] (the condemnation of a deceased person) and [...] (the actual erasure of another from historical texts).
  • Because Mormons believe that everyone must receive certain ordinances to be saved, Mormons perform ordinances on behalf of deceased persons.
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