Crematories
Crematorium Crem`a*to"ri*um (kr?m`?-t?"r?-?m), Crematory Crem"a*to*ry (kr?m"?-t?-r?), n.; pl. {Crematoriums} (-[u^]mz), {Crematories} (-r?z). [NL. crematorium, fr. L. cremator.] A furnace for cremating corpses; a building containing such a furnace. [1913 Webster]

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