Examples of cemetery in a Sentence
many of the soldiers who died in the battle are buried in a cemetery nearby
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Typical burials involved cremations or individual plots in dedicated cemeteries, a far cry from the haphazard mass grave found at Halberstadt.
Denny grants the city use of the area in the early 1860s as Seattle’s first municipal cemetery, but most of the remains are relocated to Capitol Hill’s Washelli Cemetery (now Volunteer Park) in the 1870s.
Their graves are scattered throughout the oldest Catholic cemetery in Milwaukee, at least 300 men who donned Union blue uniforms.
Workers have already dug a row of additional graves at the lush green cemetery, ready and waiting for whoever comes next.
Deborah Clem, director of Portage Township’s three cemeteries, looked around her office at McCool Cemetery and noted problems ranging from mopping water to squeezing grieving families into the small meeting space.
On a regular day, maybe a hundred people will walk through Anchorage's downtown cemetery, said director Rob Jones.
Scores of Houstonians joined the Blackwells at the annual Memorial Day ceremony at the national cemetery, a 420-acre expanse on Veterans Memorial Drive in northwest Houston.
Many of the biggest names in Kansas City history are chiseled into the stone of mausoleums in the city's graceful old cemeteries, such as Elmwood and Mount Washington.
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Origin and Etymology of cemetery
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Definition of cemetery for English Language Learners
: a place where dead people are buried
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