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embalm in Death topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishembalmem‧balm /ɪmˈbɑːm $ -ˈbɑːm, -ˈbɑːlm/ verb [transitive]  MXto treat a dead body with chemicals, oils etc to prevent it from decayingembalmer noun [countable]→ See Verb table
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embalmThe tutor was, who embalmed 2,500 cases per year and also ran a hairdressing business.He looked as if he were embalmed.No record exists as to whether or not he was embalmed.Cats, we embalm at Bubastis.Now they are being embalmed - dutifully and reverentially, as befits faithful but defunct servitors of mankind.For example, members of some religions seldom have the bodies of the deceased embalmed or cremated.There were basically three embalming techniques.They provide practical experience in all facets of the funeral service from embalming to transporting remains.