How to use crematorium in a sentence
They were sent to the gas chambers and burned in the crematoria in one night.
This is not the evil of the crematoria; this is evil of a different order.How Millie Werber Survived the Holocaust: ‘Two Rings: A Story of Love and War’ | Eve Keller | April 4, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The hair was shorn after the gassings, then efficiently dried in the crematoria so it could be industrially spun into carpeting.
Public ownership and control of hospitals, dispensaries, cemeteries, and crematoria.British Socialism | J. Ellis Barker
At Tokio in Japan no fewer than 22 crematoria exist, and about an equal number of cremations and burials in earth take place.
British Dictionary definitions for crematorium
British a building in which corpses are cremated
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