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Chrome Platers

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Shiny bumper, mechanical parts, shiny metals, decorative car accessories and industrial parts – these items verify the term Chrome.  It is a slang word for chromium, this means it is ...
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Casket And Coffin: Getting To Know Their Differences

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In the world today, funerals and burials involve the way of choosing a death bed for the beloved. These come as caskets and coffins. Both are used for the same purpose however, the two have their own differences. The coffin typically has six sides with a top and bottom sie. On the contrary the casket only has four sides and have an opening half lid for viewing. Caskets are widely used today though there are still some other countries which opt for coffins during funerals and burials.
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My Venture to the Magical World: Top Quality Cheap Coffins For Sale

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Planning For Cheap Funerals In Melbourne | ArticleBro.com

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To help one in sparing progressively on the expenses, the most ideal path is to know how to plan cheap funerals. Visit coffinworld.com.au

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Lee Rigby death no excuse for reprisal attacks, says family

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Killed soldier Lee Rigby would not have wanted his death used to excuse reprisal attacks, his family have said.

Drummer Rigby's family called for calm as the Queen met army personnel during a visit to the barracks near where he died on 22 May.

In a statement, his family said his friends' different cultures and religions "made no difference to Lee".

The family's plea came amid reports of a sharp rise in anti-Muslim incidents since the soldier's murder in Woolwich.

Faith Matters, an inter-faith organisation aimed at tackling extremism, said it had recorded 212 incidents since last Wednesday, up from between four and six per day.

 

'Extremist organisations'

In a statement, Drummer Rigby's family said: "Lee would not want people to use his name as an excuse to carry out attacks against others".

"We would not wish any other families to go through this harrowing experience and appeal to everyone to keep calm and show their respect in a peaceful manner."

Drummer Rigby's regiment, the Royal Fusiliers, also issued a notice to veterans and serving soldiers warning them about being associated with far-right groups.

It said a number of retired soldiers had been approached to take part in demonstrations taking place in the wake of the soldier's death.

Brig Ian Liles, regimental secretary to the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, said: "It is wrong and disgraceful that the death of one of our own should be exploited in this manner."

A separate notice issued by Army headquarters and passed on by Col James Stopford warned that "extremist organisations (the English Defence League in particular) will seize any opportunity to align veterans with their cause".

In other developments:

An inquest into Drummer Rigby's death was adjourned after hearing he was hit by a car and attacked with a knife and cleaver on his return to the barracks from work at the Tower of London. His family did not attend the brief hearing.Police investigating the Woolwich attack arrested a 42-year-old man in north London on suspicion of involvement in the supply of illegal firearms.Woolwich Mosque invited the community to share tea and biscuits after Friday prayers, an occasion which was also attended by the Bishop of Woolwich.Police asked the British National Party to alter the route of a planned march from Woolwich on Saturday. Instead, it will be allowed to take place in Westminster.

The Queen's visit to Woolwich barracks to see the new home of the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery was planned before the murder of Drummer Rigby.

 

Gun salute

But the monarch paid her respects to the soldier by meeting officers and soldiers associated with him in private, before having lunch in the Sergeant's Mess.

She met Lieutenant Colonel Bob Christopher, commander of Woolwich Station, and his team, as well as staff from the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers' outreach team, Drummer Rigby's regiment, based at the Tower of London.

Her tour of the base was hosted by the commanding officer of the King's Troop, Major Mark Edward.

The regiment, which is a largely ceremonial one, is famed for firing gun salutes on royal anniversaries and state occasions, and for providing a gun carriage and a team of black horses for state and military funerals.

Baroness Thatcher's coffin was carried on a gun carriage from the King's Troop during her recent funeral, and on Monday the unit will fire a 41-gun royal salute from London's Green Park to mark the 60th anniversary of the Queen's Coronation.

During her visit, the Queen watched a gun team display in the riding school and visited the horses' stables, the forge where they are shod and the veterinary clinic.

She also presented medals to two members of the King's Troop - Lance Bombardier Dannielle Parker, 25, and Warrant Officer Second Class Jeremy Faulkner, 36 - who have recently returned from a tour in Afghanistan.

The Queen's journey to the barracks in south-east London did not take her past the scene of Drummer Rigby's murder, where thousands of flowers have been laid by members of the public in his honour.

Michael Adebowale, 22, of Greenwich, has been charged with his murder and appeared before Westminster magistrates on Thursday.

A second suspect, Michael Adebolajo, 28, remains under arrest at a London hospital where he is being treated.

Both men were shot by police before being arrested.

In total, police have arrested nine other people in connection with the investigation so far; six of these have been bailed and two released without charge.



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How to Save Money on Funeral Caskets Ppt Presentation

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Having a funeral could be stressful to a family. Not only does it cause stress because of the loss, it could be stressful due to.. - A PowerPoint presentation
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All About Casket

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We cannot escape death. It is what our fate here on earth, to die. As such, we need to live and enjoy life but we should also prepare for our ...
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Cheap Funerals: How to Plan a Cheap Funeral with a Good Quality Service :: Artistic Blogger

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Readers recommend: songs about funerals - The Guardian

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"You should always go to other people's funerals," said US baseball player Yogi Berra.
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Bid to hold Islamic weddings and funerals in home

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MUSLIM wedding and funeral services could be held in a bungalow if an Islamic group wins its appeal.

The Jaafriya Islamic Welfare Centre has been holding religious ceremonies, attended by up to 150 people, at the small home it owns in Fairfax Drive, Westcliff.

These gatherings have been going on since 2010, despite the group having no planning permission. However, now it has emerged the registered charity hopes to hold major family events there such as Shia Muslim wedding and funeral ceremonies.

It also hopes to have an Islamic lending library at the bungalow - and introduce strict Shia Islamic laws at the premises.

Yet the centre was ordered to stop using the bungalow for worship and teaching children about Islam and knock down an illegal extension by February.

However, with the appeal to the Government’s Planning Inspectorate pending, Southend Council is unable to enforce this and no date has yet been set for the hearing due to a backlog.

Residents fear if big ceremonies are allowed it could bring even more people to the home leading to even more problems with parking, traffic, litter and noise.

Ron Frood, 63, who lives just a few doors away, has complained about noise and litter. He said: “If they want to use it for weddings or funerals it needs a better location like on an industrial estate, not in a quiet residential area. “I wouldn’t be allowed to put up an extension without planning and start using my home for something else.”

The council’s evidence to the appeal said residents were interviewed who claimed up to 150 people regularly attended with cars blocking the road, loud voices into the early hours, children playing near the road and bags of food rubbish dumped outside the building.

Independent Westborough ward councillor Martin Terry said: “I had no idea they were planning weddings and funerals which would bring even more disruption.

There are more suitable premises around the town that could be used and I have made residents’ views clear to the appeal.” No-one answered when the Echo knocked at the Bungalow. We also contacted Nasser Hussain, 56, of Prince Avenue, who runs the centre, but he would not comment.

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