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  • – I think the observation about the closed-casket funeral is pretty funny, maybe funny enough to use as the first sentence.

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  • One of many affecting moments in the film is when Strobl sees the meticulous care given to the uniform Phelps is wearing even though no one will see it because his extensive injuries require a closed-casket funeral.

    The Human Cost

  • She's told me that we'll have a closed-casket funeral if Gramma passes on, and that I should be away ...

    The Oscillating Ferrett

  • A small group of family, friends, and longtime business associates was gathered at a funeral parlor for a closed-casket service on that quiet summer day.

    sTORI Telling

  • It was a closed-casket funeral, said the newspaper stories.

    You've Been Warned

  • Is this actually going to be a closed-casket ceremony tomorrow?

    CNN Transcript Mar 1, 2007

  • The 1,400 mourners who attended her closed-casket funeral weeks earlier had not cried for her.

    Archive 2006-12-31

  • Later in the afternoon here, Pacific Coast Time, the public will get an opportunity to view and pay their final respects in a closed-casket ceremony of the former president -- Soledad.

    CNN Transcript Jun 7, 2004

  • The funeral was closed-casket, but she knew Brian was really in there.

    Memory of Fire

  • It'll be one of those closed-casket ones, but it should be worth something, anyway.

    Seven Up


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