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- n. One who embalms a corpse; a practicioner of mortuary science.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who embalms.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who embalms bodies for preservation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a mortician who treats corpses with preservatives
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A conundrum so huge that he barely noticed the Pope was dead, and I reckon it never occurred to him that the old fella might have been murdered, which is why he called the embalmer instead of the police.
He meets the girl who put the group together - Ao Sasaki - and when he gets to the forest, he meets the others - Makoto Numata, a dowser who finds dead people instead of water; Keiko Makino, an embalmer, which is rare in Japan because cremation is the principal way of disposing of the dead; and Yuji Yata, who speaks to aliens through his hand puppet.
Can't Post | how to say the word embalmer (the one who arrange the body after someone is dead)?
In the first place, the embalmer was a medical practitioner, and legally pursued his craft.
The most interesting part of your post Bock was that Magee called the embalmer and not the police when JPI died.
Actually - she puts "embalmer" as "E" on the list - I don't think the majority of students are going to want a summer job learning how to do that.
The reproach of his opponents of the romantic school that he was an "embalmer" has a foundation of truth.
Against her: Brad, and viewers alike, may be freaked-out by her profession as a funeral home director and embalmer.
Kristen Chenoweth could totally play Makino, the embalmer.
So the embalmer -- a retired Maryland state trooper -- chose to become a high-profile whistleblower, telling Virginia authorities about abuses he had witnessed within the nation's largest funeral services company.