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entomb

someone or an animal in something to imprison someone or an animal in a tomblike enclosure. Please don't entomb me in that huge, cold office. Unknowingly, when they closed the door, they had entombed a tiny mouse in the church.
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Since to play the wax cylinders is also to erase them, their accuracy cannot be verified; the cylinders entomb the voices they are supposed to preserve.
Now archaeologists working on the site wonder what happened to entomb this port 2 millennia ago.
At Commodity Refining Exchange, the company is paying to entomb copper- and lead-contaminated soil in pits similar to those at United Metal Recovery and Silver Queen.
They have recently arranged their most skull splitting music to date and individually handcrafted the Book of the Dead that entombs the record.
Unfortunately, all doesn't go as planned as Darth Vader entombs Han Solo in carbonite and turns the Rebel pilot over to bounty hunter Boba Fett.
The amber nodule that entombs the newly described Melittosphex burmensis was among 100-million-year-old rocks in northern Myanmar.