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hearse

a vehicle, such as a specially designed car or carriage, used to carry a coffin to a place of worship and ultimately to a cemetary or crematorium

What does it mean when you dream about a hearse?

Dreaming about a hearse can be a reminder of our mortality. Otherwise, a part of ourselves or a part of our life that has died. (See also Burial, Coffin, Crypt, Dead/Death, Grave).

hearse

hearse
1. A framework of metal bars or rods placed over a tomb or coffin of a noble or very important person.
2. A canopy, usually of openwork or trellis, set over a bier, or more rarely over a permanent tomb; used especially to support candles, lighted at times of ceremony.
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The fallen heroes were flown into RAF Brize Norton, in Oxfordshire, where relatives laid roses on the hearses.
More than 2,000 well-wishers and fellow servicemen lined the streets in Carterton, Oxfordshire, as a convoy of hearses bearing the men's coffins paused at a memorial garden near RAF Brize Norton.
The research showed more than 50 per cent of drivers had seen other motorists cutting up hearses, breaking into procession lines or flinging hand gestures.
17 meters long, shorter than the 7-meter length of commonly used hearses, so it is easy to handle, Mitsuoka said.
It has always been said in the family that we the Hearses are distantly related to the Hearsts of America - William Randolph Hearst, the newspaper magnate.
Family Funeral Homes, which bought one of the hearses for $100,000, told the Associated Press.
Although horse-drawn hearses have hit the big time in England and have been used for funeral ceremonies of the rich and famous, they still remain a distant memory in Ireland's past.
Ochoa once said he wanted to be buried in a sharkskin suit and his red bowling shirt, after a last trip in his hearse with a parade of hearses behind him, Kendall said.
Oban-based Mr Howie confessed: "You're not supposed to carry bikes in the back of hearses.
Test Drive(R): Eve of Destruction is the first Test Drive(R) game to feature: vehicle damage, dirt tracks, crazy events and unorthodox vehicles like school buses, ambulances and hearses.
IT'S the last journey you will ever take so a Northern Ireland couple are trying to make sure people's funerals get noticed - with customised hearses.
Drivers and empty hearses led by two Belgian blacks - the traditional jet black horses used for processions - will compete to be best in Britain in Bakewell, Derbyshire.