by the decommissioned so with what attempted the '" many Members of the Royal Observer Corps will entomb
themselves in these cold dank chambers Peter Cook
In late 2012, Honeywell and 23 other companies agreed to the EPA's $78 million plan to entomb
most of the pollution on site.
"Now the proposal is to just entomb
the entire reactor, including all the parts that were probably contaminated ...
Over the Bishops' Mausoleum entrance the Latin inscription Resurrecturis (those who will rise again) presumably refers to those bishops entombed
within this imposing edifice, not Resurrection Mary.
, radioactive contaminants are permanently encased on site in "structurally sound material" such as concrete and appropriately maintained and monitored until the radioactivity decays to a level permitting restricted release of the property.
Since to play the wax cylinders is also to erase them, their accuracy cannot be verified; the cylinders entomb
the voices they are supposed to preserve.
A two-year old boy and his mother last seen standing along the highway, died instantly when they were entombed
by sacks of rice coming from the rampaging truck
Roman Catholics observe Black or Holy Saturday with traditional activities that had been passed on to generations of devout Filipino Catholics starting with the observance of the Day of the Entombed
Christ (Santo Entierro) during the day and the Easter Vigil at night.
Epigraphy and Commemorative Culture in Early Medieval China: A History of Early Muzhiming.
A funeral for the late star has been scheduled for August 31 in Detroit, following a two-day public viewing of her casket, and her body will be entombed
at a family gravesite.
Franklin will be entombed
at Woodlawn Cemetery in Detroit, along with her father Rev.
Thirteen men were killed when an inrush of peat and bog from surface marshland entered the workings and 116 others were entombed