Climategate just ensures the carcass isn't going to be embalmed—it will rot for all to see.
"Father Gary" didn't grow up with a mercurial mortician who embalmed his mother, either.
Yet today he remains a deity, embalmed in Red Square—the scene of another massacre.
Sorin had to be sealed in a lead coffin as bodies were not embalmed there.
The dead need to be embalmed, as quickly and effectively as possible.
The bodies are properly prepared and embalmed and a description of the clothing is placed upon each.
Now Marx embalmed his thinking in the language of the Hegelian school.
On the spot where he died he encamped; and caused the body to be embalmed with balsam, myrrh, and aloes.
Her body has been embalmed and is at the house of relatives.
Thou mayst find the fan of the Princess of India useful; with me it is embalmed in sentiment.
embalm em·balm (ěm-bäm')
v. em·balmed, em·balm·ing, em·balms
To treat a corpse with preservatives in order to prevent decay.