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  • n  the remains of a dead body after cremation

  • Cremated remains called cremains in industry lingo can be kept at home in urns, buried on family property (in all states except California) or scattered at sea.
  • The commission's research turned up such a sign of the times as a crematory that delicately refers to ashes as "cremains.
  • Cremated remains--called cremains in industry lingo--can be kept at home in urns, buried on family property (in all states except California) or scattered at sea.
News & Articles

  • Death Notices
    BALDWIN Beatrice Kohl, 95, of Middle Hope, NY died Wednesday, June 5, 2013. BURIAL OF CREMAINS: 11am, Thursday, June 13th at Cedar Hill Cemetery. ARRANGEMENTS: The DiDonato Funeral Service. 845-236-4300.
    June 12, 2013 - Middletown Times Herald-Record
  • Never forgotten, and now at rest
    Because his family couldn't afford to bury deceased Air Force veteran Virgil J. Alsante, his cremains remained in a Utica funeral home for nearly eight years — until Friday.
    June 8, 2013 - Stars and Stripes
Quotes

  • Jack Conners in PolitickerNJ (blog)
    I want to especially thank the New Jersey Mission of Honor for Cremains of American Veterans and Al Lucente, the group's Bergen County chairman, for their fine efforts,Conners said. "Their commitment to our veterans is an example to us...

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