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Acte d'inhumation

Définitions de « acte d'inhumation »

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Locution nominale - français

acte d’inhumation \akt.di.ny.ma.sjɔ̃\ masculin

  1. (Christianisme, Généalogie) Document attestant de l'inhumation, de l'enterrement, d'une personne.
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Étymologie de « acte d'inhumation »

 Composé de acte, d’ et inhumation
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Phonétique du mot « acte d'inhumation »

Mot Phonétique (Alphabet Phonétique International) Prononciation
acte d'inhumation akt dɛ̃ymasjɔ̃

Évolution historique de l’usage du mot « acte d'inhumation »

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Images d'illustration du mot « acte d'inhumation »

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  • Police barricades during the yellow vest protests in Lyon.

Police violence is at its highest since 1968. As of now, 23 persons have lost an eye (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D41GrQrX4AAMCB6.jpg:large). Recently an independant journalist, got arrested (https://twitter.com/GaspardGlanz).

Violence continues, even though Amnesty International and the UN condemned the use of excessive force against protesters (https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2018/12/police-must-end-use-of-excessive-force-against-protesters-and-high-school-children-in-france/).
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  • High police presence in Lyon, France, during the 25th weekend of the yellow vests movement.

Police violence is at its highest since the 1950s. As of now, 23 protestors and bystanders have lost an eye and 5 persons their hand (source: mediapart.fr, http://tiny.cc/6hd85y)
Recently an independant journalist, got arrested (https://twitter.com/GaspardGlanz).
Violence continues, even though Amnesty International and the UN condemn the use of excessive force against protesters (source: amnesty.org, http://tiny.cc/3jd85y). Photo de ev via Unsplash
  • High police presence in Lyon, France, during the 25th weekend of the yellow vests movement.

Police violence is at its highest since the 1950s. There is an extensive use of tear gas, sting-ball grenades and LBDs ("defense ball launchers") against largely peaceful protesters. The policeman in the middle holds a LBD. The use of LBDs, that can cause serious injusries, is highly controversial. As of now (May 5th), 292 persons claim to be seriously injured by rubber balls, 23 persons lost an eye and 5 persons their hand during protests (source: mediapart.fr, http://tiny.cc/6hd85y). Photo de ev via Unsplash
  • Police fires tear gas at Yellow Vest demonstrators during the 25th weekend of protests in the streets of Lyon, France.

Police violence is at its highest since the 1950s. There is an extensive use of tear gas, sting-ball grenades and LBDs ("defense ball launchers") against largely peaceful protestors. According to official numbers, as of now, 1.428  tear gas grenades and 13.460 rubber bullets have been fired.
As of now (May 5th, 2019), 23 persons lost an eye and 5 persons their hand during protests (source: mediapart.fr, http://tiny.cc/6hd85y). Photo de ev via Unsplash
  • Photo de acte d'inhumation par ev Photo de ev via Unsplash

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