Remains definition

Remains means the body of a deceased human or a body part, or limb that has been removed from a living human, including a body, body part, or limb in any stage of decomposition, or cremated remains.
Remains means the body or cremated remains of a decedent.
Remains means the bodies of deceased persons, in whatever stage of decomposition, and cremated remains.

Examples of Remains in a sentence

  • MLDs are not designated in advance of a find of Native American Human Remains on a specific project.

  • Remains of a beluga that had been consumed by polar bears on the sea ice, 28 April 2011.We performed outreach activities and maintained contact with local communities and organizations before, during, and after this year’s polar bear studies.

  • The Task Force also developed the new ACHP "Policy Statement Regarding Burial Sites, Human Remains, and Funerary Objects" which was adopted by the ACHP last year, and is available at http://www.achp.gov .

  • M., “Worldwide Server Market Revenues Decline -6.2% in Second Quarter as Market Demand Remains Weak, According to IDC.” International Data Corporation, 2013 [Online].

  • Remains on the school premises during school hours, and during non-school hours when the use of the building has been authorized and attendance is required by the Principal.


More Definitions of Remains

Remains means either human remains or cremated remains.
Remains means all or part of a physical individual and objects on or attached to the physical individual that are placed there as part of the death rite or ceremony of a culture.
Remains means all or part of a physical individual and objects on or
Remains means the remains of a deceased person.
Remains means the body or cremated remains of a
Remains means cremated human remains that are in a container or the bodily remains of a human being.
Remains means ashes or what remains of a dead body after burial;