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embalmed

mod. alcohol intoxicated. By morning they were all embalmed.
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embalming fluid

n. strong liquor; raw whiskey. Bartender, pour out this embalming fluid and get me your best.
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In part it read: "Hereafter no persons will be permitted to embalm or remove the bodies of deceased officers or soldiers unless acting under the special license of the Provost Marshal of the Army, Department, or District in which the bodies may be.
However, as new rules governing the practice are introduced, the HSE says it was never an official service offered by its mortuary staff and from November 1 undertakers who wish to embalm at the hospital will have to have a legal agreement.
The only way to completely sterilize a body, and of course remove the blood-linked Aids infection risk, is to embalm the body first.
The cost of embalming, for example, ranged from $200 to $575, in spite of the fact that the time needed to embalm a body and the cost of the materials used is the same from one provider to another.
At that point--not wanting to tempt fate further--the community decided to embalm the precious relic.
Meanwhile, reports have emerged that the Venezuelan government has ruled out plans to embalm the late President's body.
But Cypress' program requires graduates to embalm a body regardless of what type of license they want.
He said that Russian and German scientists who arrived to embalm Chavez said that it was very difficult, because the process should have started earlier, immediately and now it was not possible.
We have decided to prepare the body of our Comandante President, to embalm it so that it remains open for all time for the people.