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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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Maduro further said that they have decided to embalm the body of the late president like Lenin, Ho Chi Minh and Mao Zedong so that it remains open for people everyday and at any time.
No one had asked him to embalm the Princess's body, in fact he had suggested it to Keith Moss, British Consul General in Paris, Mr Monceau confirmed.
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.
Scientific analysis of King Richard I's heart shows that Christians in the 12th century did embalm church leaders and royalty.
Owner Keith McSweeney told Radar Online said: "We will embalm the body and there will be a private family viewing.
The University of Bath will teach potential undertakers how to embalm and transport corpses, conduct burials at sea and how to comfort grieving relatives.
But Mr Monceau confirmed nobody had asked him to embalm Diana's body - and it was he who suggested it to Keith Moss, the British Consul General in Paris.
To do nothing would have been, in effect, a decision not to embalm.
One day two years ago, Altamiram had to embalm a 2-year-old boy who had been hit by a car.