Examples of mortician in a Sentence
the mortician will take care of all of the arrangements for the funeral
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An African American mortician later identified 30 bullet holes in James’s body.
The mortician’s work had turned Mary, so vivacious in life, into a stranger.
The first thing Edward officially bought was a small piece of tanned skin from a 19th century murderer, inscribed by the mortician who prepared him for burial.
Retherford, who also works as a mortician’s assistant, has tried to put the embarrassing incident behind him.
In 1996 in the small town of Carthage, Texas, a local mortician murdered the town’s wealthiest heiress, stuffed her corpse in a freezer, and spent her money.
Then came flight school, and building hours by transporting bodies to and from Fort Worth for a mortician; Bass was paid $5 an hour and flew a two-seat, D model Bonanza.
Idaho mortician and Serenity Funeral Chapel owner Heidi Heil talks about the decline in traditional funerals, the rise in cheaper cremations and the need to build her business into event hosting.
Perhaps the most affecting memory is that of civil rights leader Xernona Clayton, who recalls taking out her powder compact to disguise the clumsy work of the mortician on King's face, when his body lay in state at Spelman College.
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MORTICIAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mortician for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to prepare dead people to be buried and to arrange and manage funerals
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