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embalm

[em′bäm]
(medicine)
To treat a cadaver with antiseptics and preservatives to prevent decay, before burial or dissection.
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Certified Embalmer certificate programs require extensive study in the areas of OSHA and CAL-OSHA regulations, Health & Safety issues and varied Religious Practices & Traditions.
THIS is the woman who can't find love because she is an embalmer.
First, embalmers yanked out a corpse's internal organs.
It claims that if the legislation is introduced in its current form it will entirely change the way embalmers prepare the deceased for viewing and final committal.
Embalmers used a mixture of salts to dry out Egyptian mummies.
They blame ancient embalmers or Carter's expedition.
Embalmers shaved off the pair's bushy beards and used putty to touch up their appearance.
The self-printing license feature is initially being offered to all licensees of the Divisions State Board of Accountancy and the Board of Funeral Directors, Embalmers & Burial Services.
What's more, soda ash and other chemicals used by Egyptian embalmers damaged genetic material.
Only the embalmers were allowed in the tent, and, according to Mr.
It's now one of the most profitable and in-demand jobs, especially abroad,' said Lumen Tapia, administrator of the Philippine Embalmers and Undertakers Review and Training Center (PEURTC), one of six DOH-accredited embalming schools.