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Preparing for 'Day of the Dead' in Mexico - 31 Oct 2006 
Preparing for 'Day of the Dead' in Mexico - 31 Oct 2006 
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October 31, 2006 
A skull rests in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth after being cleaned by relatives... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A skull rests in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth after being cleaned by relatives... 
A skull rests in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth after being cleaned by relatives in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 29, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
The body of 22-year-old Maya Indian Armando Naal is exhumed from his grave as his family looks on in... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Body of a Mayan Indian is exhumed from his grave while family looks in the village of Pomuch 
The body of 22-year-old Maya Indian Armando Naal is exhumed from his grave as his family looks on in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 30, 2006. Grieving Maya Indians in a sweltering village deep in the limestone flatlands of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula painstakingly cleaned the remains of their late loved ones on Monday during a unique annual family reunion with the dead. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE MEXICO BONES
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October 31, 2006 
The abandoned skull of a Maya Indian lies among other unidentified remains in a special section of the... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
The abandoned skull of a Maya Indian lies among other unidentified remains in a special section of the... 
The abandoned skull of a Maya Indian lies among other unidentified remains in a special section of the cemetery in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 29, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE MEXICO BONES
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October 31, 2006 
A small plastic doll lies in a box among the bones of a dead Maya Indian in a cemetery in the village... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A small plastic doll lies in a box among the bones of a dead Maya Indian in a cemetery in the village... 
A small plastic doll lies in a box among the bones of a dead Maya Indian in a cemetery in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 29, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a... 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 29, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE MEXICO BONES
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October 31, 2006 
A Maya Indian man gives the mausoleum of a dead relative a fresh coat of paint in the cemetery of the... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A Maya Indian man gives the mausoleum of a dead relative a fresh coat of paint in the cemetery of the... 
A Maya Indian man gives the mausoleum of a dead relative a fresh coat of paint in the cemetery of the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 30, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 30, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE MEXICO BONES
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October 31, 2006 
Skulls rest in a wooden crate, lined with a newly embroidered cloth, after being cleaned by relatives... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Skulls rest in a wooden crate after being cleaned by relatives in the village of Pomuch 
Skulls rest in a wooden crate, lined with a newly embroidered cloth, after being cleaned by relatives in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 30, 2006. Grieving Maya Indians in a sweltering village deep in the limestone flatlands of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula painstakingly cleaned the remains of their late loved ones on Monday during a unique annual family reunion with the dead. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE MEXICO BONES
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October 31, 2006 
Maya Indian Irene Chi cleans the skeleton of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian Irene Chi cleans the skeleton of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with... 
Maya Indian Irene Chi cleans the skeleton of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 29, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
A Maya Indian woman removes the boxed remains of a dead relative to clean the bones, in the village of... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman removes the boxed remains of a dead relative to clean the bones, in the village of... 
A Maya Indian woman removes the boxed remains of a dead relative to clean the bones, in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 29, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the skeleton of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the skeleton of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with... 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the skeleton of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 1348 km (838 Miles) from Mexico City, October 30, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
A Maya Indian boy cleans out the funeral niche of a dead relative in the cemetery of the village of Pomuch,... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian boy cleans out the funeral niche of a dead relative in the cemetery 
A Maya Indian boy cleans out the funeral niche of a dead relative in the cemetery of the village of Pomuch, in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula some 1348km (838 miles) from Mexico City October 30, 2006. Grieving Maya Indians in a sweltering village deep in the limestone flatlands of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula painstakingly cleaned the remains of their late loved ones on Monday during a unique annual family reunion with the dead. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE MEXICO BONES
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October 30, 2006 
The skull of a Maya Indian awaits cleaning in the village of Pomuch, in the southwest Mexican state of... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
The skull of a Maya Indian awaits cleaning in the village of Pomuch 
The skull of a Maya Indian awaits cleaning in the village of Pomuch, in the southwest Mexican state of Yucatan, some 838 miles (1349 km) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. In the village of Pomuch, Maya Indians clean the remains of late loved ones during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken October 29, 2006. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE MEXICO BONES
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October 30, 2006 
Maya Indian Guadalupe Aban cleans the bones of her grandchild, who died 15 days after being born, in... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian Aban cleans bones of her grandchild in a small wooden crate on top of a newly embroidered... 
Maya Indian Guadalupe Aban cleans the bones of her grandchild, who died 15 days after being born, in a small wooden crate on top of a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch, in the southwest Mexican state of Yucatan, some 838 miles (1349 km) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. In the village of Pomuch, Maya Indians clean the remains of late loved ones during an intimate annual ritual preceeding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken October 29, 2006. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 30, 2006 
Maya Indian Cenorio Colli, 83, places the bones of his wife and in-laws in a small wooden crate on top... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian Colli places bones of his wife and in-laws in a small wooden crate on top of a newly embroidered... 
Maya Indian Cenorio Colli, 83, places the bones of his wife and in-laws in a small wooden crate on top of a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch, in the southwest Mexican state of Yucatan, some 838 miles (1349 km) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. In the village of Pomuch, Maya Indians clean the remains of late loved ones during an intimate annual ritual preceeding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken October 29, 2006. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 30, 2006 
Maya Indian Litzy Moo, 7, looks at the bones of her grandmother in a small wooden crate on top of a newly... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian Moo looks at bones of her grandmother in a small wooden crate on top of a newly embroidered... 
Maya Indian Litzy Moo, 7, looks at the bones of her grandmother in a small wooden crate on top of a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch, in the southwest Mexican state of Yucatan, some 838 miles (1349 km) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. In the village of Pomuch, Maya Indians clean the remains of late loved ones during an intimate annual ritual preceeding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken October 29, 2006. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE MEXICO BONES
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October 30, 2006 
Maya Indian Irene Chi places the bones of her mother-in-law in a small wooden crate on top of a newly... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian Chi places bones of her mother-in-law in small wooden crate on top of a newly embroidered... 
Maya Indian Irene Chi places the bones of her mother-in-law in a small wooden crate on top of a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch, in the southwest Mexican state of Yucatan, some 838 miles (1349 km) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. In the village of Pomuch, Maya Indians clean the remains of late loved ones during an intimate annual ritual preceeding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken October 29, 2006. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 30, 2006 
Maya Indian Pablo Chi carries a small wooden crate filled with his mother's bones wrapped in a newly... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian Chi carries small wooden crate filled with his mother's bones wrapped in newly embroidered... 
Maya Indian Pablo Chi carries a small wooden crate filled with his mother's bones wrapped in a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch, in the southwest Mexican state of Yucatan, some 838 miles (1349 km) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. In the village of Pomuch, Maya Indians clean the remains of late loved ones during an intimate annual ritual preceeding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken October 29, 2006. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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