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Other implants, like plastic urinary pessaries or penile pumps, would never even be seen by a crematory worker.
The Germans, needing slave labor in their drive to gobble up Europe, herded Jews into a constellation of camps — some in urban factories, some at sprawling sites like Auschwitz-Birkenau, known more for their gas chambers and crematories.
The first modern crematory was built in the U.S. in 1876.
Today, there are more than 2,100 crematories around the United States, and the cremation resurgence isn’t just about cost.
Debasish's teenage son had downloaded the music of his uncle's favorite singer into his phone, and Kishore Kumar's voice warbled from the hearse's speakers en route to the crematory.
Rick Vonderwell, who manages Tails Remembered, a pet crematory in Delphos, Ohio, uses the effluent at his farm, as do several large universities.
Akron Burial Vault makes concrete burial vaults and has a crematory, Company president Marty Ebie said.
Byrd and Flanigan plans to redevelop the property with a new 5,000-square-foot funeral home/assembly hall and a 4,000-square-foot pet crematory building.
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Definition of crematory for English Language Learners
: a place where the bodies of dead people are cremated
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