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In 2005, Jassim had been overjoyed to get a government posting at the morgue.
Bodies began to pile up beyond the capacity of the dark and fetid morgues.
Stanford typically has a weekly session where brains are cut and studied in a side room of the hospital morgue, with a group in attendance that includes senior doctors and trainees.
At the city morgues, Lulu Martin identified the dead man as the person who had grabbed her purse.
At Becky Oliver’s request, Rhodes went to the morgue and retrieved Neal’s gold chain with a soccer ball pendant and brought it to his mother, who hasn’t taken it off since.
But the morgue total would be many times higher than official tolls.
The boat was like a morgue because everybody was so exhausted.
There is no waiting list at the Wayne County morgue.
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First Known Use: 1795See Words from the same year
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