How to Dig a Grave?

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Mysercough College offers courses in grave digging and the burial process. To apply for this course and for more information visit them online at www.myerscough.ac.uk.
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To dig a grave you first must find a location for the burial and a shovel. You will need to dig a hole that is a couple of feet deep depending on the size of the deceased. Place the deceased within the hole and cover with the dirt that you took out of the hole.
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1. Pick your location. The most important thing when digging a grave is to make sure the soil is soft enough to break through with a shovel or pick axe. It's also important to know
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1 Go to the local home supply center. There find a sturdy shovel which seems as if it can survive digging very deep. Ad 2 Measure the length, width, and depth of the casket which
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To "dig ones grave" is to get ones self in trouble. Example- He dug his own grave when he decided to steal from the teacher and then brag to other faculty about it.
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Vandalizing a grave regardless of its age or ethnic identity is a felony.
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1. Get permission to dig up the grave. Reasons can be that a grave needs to be moved to bring a relative closer to another in another cemetery. Sometimes a cemetery ...
1. Get permission to dig up the grave. Reasons can be that a grave needs to be moved to bring a relative closer to another in another cemetery. Sometimes a cemetery ...
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