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embalmed

slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really embalmed!
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embalming fluid

1. Literally, a type of fluid that is used to preserve a corpse. ("Embalming" is the process of injecting a corpse with such fluid.) We haven't injected the embalming fluid yet—that's the next step.
2. slang Liquor, especially whiskey. If I keep drinking this embalming fluid, I'll be drunk in no time!
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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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Hauge notes that arsenic, a popular embalming agent in the 19th century, has been showing up in groundwater in some areas, and many experts believe cemeteries are a contributor to the problem.
Picking up on a brief cue from the original, Stopkewich shoves the horror in your face during an episode where Sandra attends an embalming lesson given by her boss, the repulsive Mr.
Boniface's decree condemned not dissection or autopsy but a much more extreme funerary practice that involved dismembering the body and boiling the flesh off the bones in order to allow them to be more easily transported for distant burial.(25) Although common among the aristocracy and royalty of northern Europe, this practice was not current among Italians, who seem to have had considerably less investment in their place of burial and who, if they wished temporarily to preserve a cadaver, relied on embalming, as we saw in the case of Chiara of Montefalco.(26) Nowhere in the bull did Boniface prohibit evisceration, which seems to have been accepted as a practical necessity even by canonists and theologians with a strong investment in bodily integrity.
They provide practical experience in all facets of the funeral service from embalming to transporting remains.
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"Then someone has to go to the cargo section at the airport to book a ticket and to Sonapur Embalming Centre and provide the report from the police station.
If the documents, including the embalming certificate, have to be submitted to the destination airport 12 hours before departure, the issue of where to keep the body during that period would arise, they said.
Indian expat Ravi K was outside the embalming unit yesterday to help with the process of repatriating the body of his former neighbour, Rajan, to Kerala.
Pacific Center for Advanced Studies is a training school that specializes in courses on embalming and post-mortem.
The embalming technique and expensive jewellery indicate the mummified left hand belonged to someone from an elite family with access to rare minerals.
The basic package, which costs P70,000 to P130,000, includes the casket made of ordinary wood, retrieval of cadaver, embalming, flowers as well as chapel or venue for viewing of remains for four days.
SCIENCE Embalming goes back millennia THE ancient Egyptians developed sophisticated embalming treatments much earlier than previously thought, new research has shown.
Examination of a mummy has revealed the original ancient Egyptian embalming recipe - first used to preserve bodies, BBC reports.
Please note that someone will be required to identify the deceased before and after embalming. This can be the agent or nominated representative."
If the family have chosen the embalming process to take place, it may take a few days before the deceased is ready for visitors.