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  • n. Attributive form of funeral home


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  • “Hey, get off my hearse!” yelled a funeral-home employee.

    Burial for a King

  • A convoy of limousines and funeral-home vehicles followed.

    Burial for a King

  • Fabrizio Costantini for The Wall Street Journal Religious leaders and funeral-home directors led a motorcade of empty hearses through crime-ridden Detroit neighborhoods last month to protest a surge in homicides.

    Michigan Takes On Its Deadly Cities

  • Last month, a group of religious leaders and funeral-home directors led a demonstration in Detroit to call attention to the surge in homicides.

    Michigan Takes On Its Deadly Cities

  • MediSys Chairman Neil Foster Phillips , a funeral-home director, said the board has decided to turn over control of the health-care company to one of Mr. Rosen's right-hand men, Bruce Flanz , the long-time chief operating officer of MediSys.

    MediSys Chief Ousted

  • In an attempt to impress his future father-in-law, Jimmy brought the Scrooge-like funeral-home owner bone-dry standup Larry Miller in for a Christmas Eve tour of the office.

    Cheers & Jeers: NCIS' Very Jimmy Christmas

  • For those that don't remember, the Tombstone Fund was launched in 1997 with the purpose of investing in "death-care" stocks: funeral-home chains and casket makers.

    Taking Back From the Grating-est Generation

  • One had a typical American funeral-home cotillion; one was laid out at home in a homemade coffin.

    Boing Boing

  • In it, a young woman, sporting a new hairstyle, is in a car accident and wakes on the cold slab of a funeral-home prep room.

    Death Becomes Her

  • Kenneth Fallin To research her film, Ms. Wojtowicz-Vosloo visited morgues and hung out with funeral-home directors.

    Death Becomes Her


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