disinterment

NOUN
  1. the act of digging something up out of the ground (especially a corpse) where it has been buried
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How To Use disinterment In A Sentence

  • The disinterment is a very painful process," Chávez said. INTER PRESS SERVICE
  • The team tours the countryside, organising digs and disinterments and, as they try to find the dead sons of forgotten families, they wonder at the sense and scale of their task.
  • I actually enjoyed Robert Wade's disinterment of 'proletarianization'- a word one doesn't come across much anymore.
  • The lifeless form was hastily conveyed under ground where had been the circus ring and where the chances of discovery and disinterment were remote. Archive 2010-01-24
  • But after December 4, when he witnessed the disinterment of four American women murdered by Salvadoran soldiers, his life would never be the same.
  • In some cases the long-revered bones were found to be fabrications of wax or plaster: films of the disinterments were shown throughout the republic and were a persuasive anti-religious weapon.
  • So I go to a disinterment of a couple of murder victims on the dusty outskirts of town. Phil Bronstein: Robert Novak, the Prince of Darkness for better or worse...
  • When I heard the first disinterment was not positive it gave me a sick feeling," Scott Warner said. Marine's body exhumed, positively identified after errors revealed at Arlington
  • A state of expectation is growing in Spain regarding the disinterment of the body of the great Spanish poet, author and playwright, Federico Garcia Lorca.
  • Cemetery for a formal disinterment ceremony on April Remains Returned List WWII
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