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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The Ghost of Charnel House (From Thursday) Horror, starring Erik LaRay Harvey, Callum Blue and Nadine Velazquez.
Elsewhere, the BraYa shares a common network of charnel grounds, pithas, ksetras, chandohas, and so forth with coeval Buddhist tantric sources.
Supporters of the plan agree to build a space in the park; a move vehemently opposed by others claiming what they call a "charnel house" would only prolong the emotional distress that has haunted them over the past four years.
First, if you're not careful, your romantic Valentine dreams will be swept away by the veritable tsunami of famous men being destroyed by revelations that have doomed them to the moral charnel houses of history.
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However, patrol officers continued the search Saturday and received information that a suspect was on foot in the area of Charnel Mulligan Park near West 17th Avenue and Charnelton Street, Salsbury noted.
In 1945, the dazed remnants of European Jewry crawled out of charnel houses, basements and forests.
Steven Mullaney's The Reformation of Emotions in the Age of Shakespeare opens with a striking image: the charnel house of old St.
He begins with a shocking account of the raiding of a famous charnel house at St.
The Rev Patrick Taylor explained how it was believed the writer had his grave inscribed with the curse because he was "petrified" his remains might be moved to a nearby charnel house, which lies behind a church door just a yard or two from the grave.
From the opening sequence, we find ourselves thrust into Saul's mad, murderous, mystifying, maze-like world, a 24-7 death factory, a charnel house built on a scale scarcely conceivable ...