Funeral Monitor.Funeral Monitor goes to "all concerned with the service of funerals," that is, funeral directors. It offers news and commentary on local, national and international trends in death care and funeral service funeral service n → misa de cuerpo presente
funeral service n → service m funèbre
funeral service funeral n , as well as two regular features: Monitor Question & Answer and Mortuary mor·tu·ar·y
A place, especially a funeral home, where dead bodies are kept before burial or cremation. Science Monitor.
Did you know that many states have laws against providing food at "celebratory" funeral rites, wakes and burials? Funeral Monitor, in issue reviewed, ran a three-page article on the issue, concluding with the thoughts of one funeral director: "If the family wants to turn the funeral into a Sunday Sunday: see Sabbath; week. picnic, then let them. After all, it's their funeral."
Format: 8-page folder In a graphical user interface (GUI), a simulated file folder that holds data, applications and other folders. Folders were introduced on the Xerox Star, then popularized on the Macintosh and later adapted to Windows and Unix. In Unix and Linux, as well as DOS and Windows 3. , 2 columns, printed black on gray, 3-hole punched. Staff Published by Abbott & Mast Publications; Ron Hast, publisher; Alan Severson, executive editor. Data: Founded 1992; 48x, $1991 year $218 oversees.