Examples of exhume in a Sentence
the remains of John Paul Jones were exhumed in Paris and transported with great ceremony to the U.S. Naval Academy
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The bodies of more than two dozen young men were discovered in Gacy's Chicago-area basement in 1978, and Cook County sheriff Tom Dart ordered eight unidentified bodies to be exhumed in 2011, according to the Tribune.
By exhuming the nationalist thinkers of an earlier age, Bannon was trying to build an intellectual basis for Trumpism, or what might more accurately be described as an American nationalist-Traditionalism.
Read More: Questions swirl around death of Florida native As part of the ongoing investigation, Valerie was exhumed from the Galapagos cemetery in 2015 and her skull was sent to the nation’s criminal investigation lab in Quito.
As part of Sammarco’s investigation, Gabriel’s body was exhumed last month so that investigators could retrieve his tablet computer, which his mother had buried with him.
William Turner, the historian at the Christian County Historical Society, said much could be learned if Pate's body could be exhumed, including details about clothing, boots, buttons and belt buckles.
The City Council earlier this year decided not to allow any more bodies to be exhumed out of respect for the dead, Pagan said.
Dali's body to be exhumed in paternity suit The surrealist artist Salvador Dalí must be chuckling in his grave.
A Spanish court has ordered that his body be exhumed from its 28-year slumber in order to take part in a paternity test.
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EXHUME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of exhume for English Language Learners
: to remove (a body) from the place where it is buried
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