Noun(1) informal terms for a mother(2) a body embalmed and dried and wrapped for burial (as in ancient Egypt
(1) He accused the team of being unethical in implementing their forensic examination, as well as disregarding the use of scientific procedures while removing the fragile mummy from its golden sarcophagus.(2) During her studies she worked with the British Museum examining the paints used on the sarcophagus of an Egyptian mummy to find out how the ancients had created a new colour.(3) In this study, we describe an infant mummy from ancient Egypt that showed macromorphologic signs of chronic anemia and vitamin C deficiency.(4) One theory suggests that examination of his mummy revealed a wound near his left ear, which would have caused a cerebral haemorrhage.(5) One of my greatest memories is when a four-year-old autistic child who had only ever uttered isolated words suddenly said ├ö├ç├┐I love you mummy , I love you daddy├ö├ç├û.(6) A message, one of many at the roadside shrine, read: ├ö├ç├┐We miss you lots, we will love you for ever, love mummy and daddy.├ö├ç├û(7) Who doesn't love a good mummy - those lumbering creatures that will chase you tirelessly?(8) the mummy of Tutankhamen(9) The ceremony ├ö├ç├┐opening of the mouth├ö├ç├û was carried out by priests on both the mummy and the mummy case in order to prepare the deceased for the journey to the afterworld.(10) The mummy is associated with the legends of Egypt, but archaeologists have excavated preserved human remains the world over.(11) We asked them to draw a picture of their mummy for a Mother's Day card.(12) Nothing has more capacity to astonish, when the wrappings of a mummy have been removed, than the state of preservation of the forms of the face.(13) The skeleton turned out to be a composite of three individuals, the head and lower jaw having been replaced during the mummy 's long history.(14) Grace had once been a kind, sweet child who loved her mummy and daddy and couldn't stand to be away from them for more than a day.(15) ├ö├ç├┐I loved being a mummy but that has been taken away from me,├ö├ç├û she said.(16) he loves his mummy
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8. mamma ::
Different Formsmummies, mummy
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