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Synonyms for hallow

to give over by or as if by vow to a higher purpose

to make sacred by a religious rite

Synonyms for hallow

render holy by means of religious rites

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Hallowes was awarded the Victoria Cross on Nov16, 1915, nearly months after his brave actions at Hooge, in Belgium, which cost him his life.
But Mr Hallowes, who survives on food hand-outs and bydoing odd jobs, has refused to go court.
Corporal Hallowes is buried at Bedford House Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery at Zillebeke, a village near Ypres, and there is a memorial to him in Port Talbot.
Mamie and Lionel Hallowes moved from Sligo to London with their two sons in the 1950s to work.
As part of the SOE she knew many of the agents who flew into occupied France, including Odette Hallowes, who was captured by the SS and tortured and survived imprisonment by the Nazis.
Edinburgh's Steve Souter won his boat both days to take the title, ahead of Brab Hallowes, from Devon.
The exhibition runs from tomorrow until August 31 Liam O'Connor's new exhibition, Portraits, explores why he's drawn to portraiture @ Kooywood Gallery, Museum Place until June 20 All Women features a selection of work by female artists, including Veda Hallowes and Sue Morgan @ Albany Gallery until tomorrow A selection of new work by one of Britain's leading figurative artists, Kevin Sinnott.
Fellow assistants Martyn Hamer, from Ellesmere, and Matthew Marsh, from Hallowes, shared second place on 70.
Mr Hallowes served with the Gordon Highlanders and later became a Special Operations Executive agent, helping to organise French resistance after D-Day.
Fenton (Cleckheaton) has work commitments and Hallowes player Campbell has been called up for England duty in France.
On page six we had the lovely, though a little sad, story of Harry Hallowes.
Years earlier, in 1993, Eileen had stood alongside Odette Hallowes when a memorial plaque was unveiled at the former Ravensbruck concentration camp in northern Germany, a hellhole where both defied torture and imprisonment to keep their secrets.
Mum Sam Hallowes, 26, fought back tears as she told how bystanders helped her child before an ambulance arrived.
LUCKY tramp Harry Hallowes was living the quiet life as he eked out a modest living in a shack in a quiet corner of a world-famous park.