charnel house

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charnel house

A building or chamber for the deposit of the bones of the dead.
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Parks: Spencer Butte summit trail reconstruction and addition; Charnel Mulligan Park renovation; Amazon Park playground equipment
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Now long gone is the Charnel House Chapel, and parts of the crypt were lost during road building.
I would certainly not be prepared to back a cull which would result in an enormous number of cattle needlessly going to the charnel house," he said.
Another 40 acres next to the Skinner property was given to the county at the same time by Eugene pioneer Charnel Mulligan, who also required that the land be used for a county "seat of justice," Armstrong said.
She was accompanied by 18-year-old Webster residents Charnel C.
It will bring together key paintings and drawings related to war and peace including his masterpiece, The Charnel House 1944-5 - his most explicitly political painting since Guernica 1937, also marking 50 years since it was last seen in the UK.
Don't settle for this charnel house, Break out and break away.
It's a blood-spurting bonanza as the cut-throat razor does its work, and Todd has soon become mechanised, using a foot pedal to dispatch his bloody victims direct from chair to charnel house below.
Charnel Mulligan Park Renovation Second Public Workshop - 7:30 p.
John is survived by his devoted wife, Nancy of 22 years; two brothers, Joseph Byrnes and William Lill; five daughters, Sarah, Charnel, Coriana, Kendra, and Kelsey Byrnes of Webster; two sons, J.
Answer: In 1853, Martha and Charnel Mulligan and Eugene and Mary Skinner donated the four blocks at Eighth Avenue and Oak Street for use as a city park and to provide land for the county courthouse.