In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1coche fúnebre masculinefeminine carroza fúnebre
- At the time of the funeral the bones are placed in chests of cypress wood, which are conveyed in hearses; there is one chest for each tribe.
- These included a government official and a driver of a hearse conveying a corpse.
- Fire trucks, ambulances, hearses and the vehicles of law enforcement officers on duty are also allowed unhindered passage, but not most do not realize that either, or do not care.
- Cars can get over the ramps fine but ambulances and long vehicles like hearses have trouble with the ramps.
- The research also indicates that 100 mm-high humps pose a greater possibility of pollution, property and vehicle damage and grounding, specifically to buses, emergency vehicles and hearses.
- These services would include the hire of a hearse, coffin costs, flowers and embalming.
- At 12.30 pm the bearer party will place the coffin in the hearse and five minutes later the procession will leave for Windsor.
- He insisted the silver limousine with a private registration number did not look like a funeral car unless it was travelling behind a hearse.
- As the hearse and police cars drove down the drive towards the chapel, the rainy night air was lit up with flashes from Press cameras.
- A horse-drawn hearse carried the coffin from the Bulldog pub in Walcot, which is run by Kevin's brother, Geoff.
- After the mass, a small number of mourners became upset with the media attention and attempted to block photographers from taking pictures of the coffins as they lay in hearses outside the church.
- And whereas traffic wardens currently turn a blind eye to hearses and wedding cars parking on the double yellow lines, they will have no choice but to issue tickets in the future.
- Funeral homes' hearses came by, and word of mouth spread as residents came to see what was going on.
- According to many villagers, there were 8 ambulances and four morgue hearses.
- In a few moments they carry the coffin to the hearse, and place it inside for the trip to the cemetery.
- Just in case you were wondering, motorcycles and hearses are exempt from the four person rule.
- A horse-drawn hearse took the coffin from the house to the church.
- Some smugglers even use wedding cars and funeral hearses as cover.
- As light drizzle began to fall on a dark London night, six pallbearers, from a firm of undertakers carefully lifted the coffin from the hearse.
- After the National Anthem, the Bearer Party places the coffin in the hearse.
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