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/ˈseməˌterē/,
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cemeteries, plural;
  1. A burial ground; a graveyard


  1. a tract of land used for burials
  2. A cemetery is a place in which dead bodies and cremated remains are buried. The term cemetery (from Greek κοιμητήριον: sleeping place) implies that the land is specifically designated as a burying ground. ...
  3. Cemetery was the first LP release by the Montreal-based Canadian garage-rock band Deja Voodoo. The album was recorded in Studio Secret, save for the title track, which was recorded "in Bob's basement".
  4. Bay Parkway (originally 22nd Avenue – Bay Parkway) is a local station on the IND Culver Line of the New York City Subway, located in Brooklyn at the intersection of Bay Parkway and McDonald Avenue above Washington Cemetery.
  5. "Cemetery" is a single by the Australian alternative rock band Silverchair. The song is found on the band's second album Freak Show. It was also included on their Best of Volume 1.
  6. The Cemetery (in Swedish: Kyrkogården) is an 1877 painting by Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Hill. The painting is currently on display at the Malmö Art Museum in Sweden.
  7. Cemeterians is a comic book written and illustrated by Aleister D D Gilgrim and published through Slave Labor Graphics. ...
  8. A place where the dead are buried; a graveyard or memorial park
  9. (Cemeteries) Areas that are set aside by public authority or private persons for the burial of the dead.
  10. (Cemeteries) Establishments where the remains of the dead may be kept indefinitely, whether underground or aboveground. This classification includes mausoleums and columbaria.
  11. (Cemeteries) Used to describe marked graves. For unmarked graves, see "Burial Grounds."
  12. (Cemeteries) in Stuttgart include:
  13. An area of ground set aside for burial or entombment of the deceased.
  14. A burial ground containing the remains of non-Native Americans. The term is derived from the Greek koimeterion, literally a "sleeping place" or "dormitory". Just like college housing directors, cemetery operators seek to cram as many bodies into as little space as they can. ...
  15. An area of ground set aside for burial of human remains. A cemetery is the final resting place which is typically marked by a flush marker or upright monument used to memorialize the passing of a loved one.
  16. A final resting place for corpses, a graveyard.
  17. a place or area for burying the dead (burial, burying ground, grave, memorial garden).
  18. a tract of land, mausoleum, or crematory and columbarium providing space for disposal of human remains.
  19. an isolated suburban spot where mourners match lies, poets write at a target and stone-cutters spell for a wager.
  20. the area of ground dedicated to the burial of your loved one. A body in a casket, or the cremated remains can be buried here.
  21. Ground for burial, in which final aspects of the funeral ceremony are often held.
  22. An property that is sub-divided into individual burial plots. The cemetery may also include a mausoleum with crypts, columbarium niches, and garden niches.
  23. land reserved for graves (burials), tombs or funeral urns.
  24. Land used for the burial of the dead and dedicated for cemetery purposes, including columbarium, crematories, mausoleums and mortuaries when operated in conjunction with and within the boundary of such cemetery.
  25. any land dedicated for use, used or intended to be used, for the interment of the human dead.