The miniature man in his 50s who is funding the pageant has his makeup done at a funeral parlor.
Another result was a line of TV news trucks and a scrum of photographers outside the funeral as the church filled to overflowing.
He and his wife decided not to claim the pieces as they had already held a funeral with what had been recovered early on.
Netanyahu promised retaliation in his speech to mourners at the funeral for the three.
Boston mosque refuses to give Tamerlan Tsarnaev an Islamic funeral, NBC reports.
And Rupert said he would like to go to the funeral, if he may.
The mention of Marley's funeral brings me back to the point I started from.
There will be the funeral and we shall have to take in some of the folks, I know.
We do not weep at a circus or at a pantomime; why should we laugh at a funeral?
III.86 the order of his funeral: the course of the funeral ceremonies.
mid-15c., from Middle French funérailles (plural) "funeral rites" (15c.), from Medieval Latin funeralia "funeral rites," originally neuter plural of Late Latin funeralis "having to do with a funeral," from Latin funus (genitive funeris) "funeral, funeral procession, burial rites; death, corpse," origin unknown, perhaps ultimately from PIE root *dheu- (3) "to die." Singular and plural used interchangeably in English until c.1700.