Traducción de exhumation en español:

exhumation

exhumación, n.

Pronunciación /ˌɛks(h)juˈmeɪʃ(ə)n/ /ˌɛɡz(j)uˈmeɪʃ(ə)n/ /ɛks(h)juːˈmeɪʃ(ə)n/

Ver definición en español de exhumación

nombre

formal
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    exhumación femenino formal
    • A forensic pathologist was not present for the exhumation.
    • The initial involvement of the Home Office in granting permission for the exhumation of three bodies did not end there.
    • Earlier this year, Wiltshire Constabulary oversaw the exhumation of the body of a heroin addict.
    • A white canvas tent surrounded the exhumation site at the Cemetery, where several onlookers gathered to watch.
    • A recent exhumation of scores of bodies adds to the already rancid smell inside the church.
    • The exhumation was supervised by a local DNA specialist, who took samples from the body.
    • The pathologist who conducted a post-mortem examination following exhumation, concluded that death was "consistent with potassium poisoning".
    • The exhumation of Roman artifacts reinforced the enduring power of such symbols.
    • Following this revelation, other recent sudden deaths in the household were recalled and permission was granted for the exhumation of three more bodies.
    • He agreed to the exhumation of his grandfather, who died in 1966, from a plot in the Cemetery last May.