Examples of mummify in a Sentence
learning how ancient Egyptians mummified their dead
a body that mummified in the desert heat
a body that was mummified by the desert heat
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The outside of the body appears intact, if shrunken and mummified.
Blindfolded teams guess scents and flavors, the grandkids are mummified in toilet paper fashions, and toys race across plank oak floors.
In a wasteland of tepid tomatoes and mummified chicken fingers, there still exist across the South some fine dishes, served on paper plates, prepared by people who have solved the great mystery of simple food.
In a remote area of Indonesia, villagers mummify, dress, feed and even sleep beside their dead.
The Torajans on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, for example, mummify deceased relatives and keep them in their homes, talking to them and feeding them.
Manning and Victoria Egerton, who are professors at the College of Charleston and the University of Manchester, have spent years studying the chemistry of feathers, how dinosaurs are preserved, processes of fossilization and mummified dinosaurs.
An Arizona man convicted of murdering two people who were found mummified in a box in the backyard of his mother’s home was sentenced this week to die for his crime, PEOPLE confirms.
Lluis Penuelas Reixach, the secretary general of the Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation, said Dali's remains — including his mustache — are well preserved and mummified after an embalming process was applied 27 years ago.
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- a mummified fetus
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