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entombment

[en′tüm·mənt]
(nucleonics)
A method of decommissioning a nuclear facility in which radioactive contamination is made inaccessible by demolition techniques and then the residue is covered with reinforced concrete.
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More than the entombment itself, what matters in The Cave is the movement towards entombment, the drive of the characters to go into the ground.
The Entombment, a rare narrative altarpiece started in the late 1490s, probably for S.
He constantly revised his figures, often through a process of tracing and reversal: the Entombment was first composed in the opposite direction, and then flipped at a late stage in its design.
Jude, with visitation beginning at 12:00PM Entombment to follow at Calvary Catholic Cemetery.
During the entombment, Marshall did much of the digging and, with help from Ray and Robert C.
Entombment will be at Memory Gardens, Arlington Heights.
16 with entombment in the mausoleum at Worcester County Memorial Park, 217 Richards Ave.
He mentions, for example, two of what are termed "preliminary drawings by Michelangelo" for the Entombment, one of the two panel paintings that comprise the core of the book.
But unlike the utopia in James Hilton's novel and, later, Capra's movie, Ojai is an Eden you can leave without risking snow blindness, frozen feet and entombment by avalanche.
Entombment Queen of Heaven Catholic Cemetery, Hillside.
Funeral service will be at 1:00pm in the chapel of Woodlawn Funeral Home followed by entombment in Serenity Mausoleum in Woodlawn Memorial Park.
The author suggests that this work, as well as a painting of Christ's entombment placed in what was probably a woman's tomb in the Berdi di Vernio Chapel at Santa Croce in Florence, gives much greater prominence to women saints than was the norm.