a full-time obituaries editor in charge of the morgue
she put us in that draughty morgue of a sitting room
In the 1940s the News began using photographs in the paper, and, consequently building its morgue
However, they refused to outline the cause of the deaths until the State Pathologist examined the bodies, which were last night at the morgue in the General Hospital.
His body lay unrecognised in the city morgue for three days.
Shortly after that, his body was taken to the city morgue for autopsy.
‘But it amounts to a morgue ,’ Jen quietly agreed, shivering slightly at the reduced temperatures in the small room.
the cadavers were bagged and removed to the city morgue
conducting research in either a news morgue or a library
The body was then exhumed and taken to the city morgue in Marino where a post-mortem was carried out.