Human Remains

Some articles on human remains, human, remains:

St Eusebius' Church, Arnhem - Human Remains
... exhumed shallow graves, the visitor can find ancient human bones which have been left in the state of their burial or death ...
Freedom Of Religion In The United States - Situation of Minority Groups - Situation of Native Americans
... use of ceremonial peyote, and the repatriation of Native American human remains and cultural and religious objects The eagle feather law, which governs the possession and religious use of ... to their ancestors and often believe that their remains should rest undisturbed ... burial grounds and other sites considered sacred, often removing artifacts and human remains – an act considered sacrilegious by many Native Americans ...
Arpad Vass - Education & Research
... to identify the over 400 body vapors which emanate from a decaying and decomposing human body ... would in theory enable the Federal Bureau of Investigation's search teams and cadaver dogs (Human Remains Detection dogs) to detect the location of remains of human ... These dogs train in the same method as narcotic dogs can sniff out graves of buried human remains ...
Controversy Surrounding The Rebuilding Of The World Trade Center - Debris and Clean-up
... To organize the cleanup and search for survivors and for human remains, the New York City Fire Department divided the disaster site into four sectors ... February 2005, the New York City Medical Examiner's office ended its process of identifying human remains at the site ... World Trade Center Families for Proper Burial, were worried that human remains might also have been (inadvertently) transported to the landfill ...

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