eulogy


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a formal expression of praise for someone who has died recently

a formal expression of praise

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In his eulogy in memory of martyrs of the homeland, President Beji Caid Essebsi offered his condolences to the families of martyrs and to the Tunisian people, reasserting, in substance, that "Tunisia will defeat terrorism thanks to the unity of the Tunisians and their attachment to the homeland.
Tracy faces a difficult day at her mum's |funeral, and Ken's eulogy makes it worse
This is a eulogy for the Build-A-Bear Workshop teddy you stuffed for me.
His wife, Maureen Greaves (right, front centre) gave a heartfelt and poignant eulogy
Ken Velds stirring eulogy for Cardinal Joseph Bernardin and Father Dan Mayall's words for beloved Chicago Cubs third baseman and announcer Ron Santo.
In a heartfelt eulogy, Mitch Winehouse told mourners his daughter had "conquered" her drug addiction, was "trying hard to deal with her drinking", and was happier than she had been for a long time.
Mitch Winehouse gave a heartfelt eulogy at the funeral for his daughter Amy, right
In his eulogy, Khodr said the late archbishop "struggled in the path of Jesus.
The book concludes with the complete text of four eulogies delivered by Edward Kennedy at services for family members, plus the eulogy delivered by President Obama at Senator Edward Kennedy's funeral service.
CDATA[ 'You were always out in front of your soldiers, it was bound to be you who would be hit first,' Golani Brigade commander says in eulogy.
Ferguson, 67, delivered a touching eulogy for his friend and former captain during the service at St Machan's Parish Church.
Someone who knew you well approaches the podium to recite your eulogy.
The funeral Mass was preceded by a 15-minute eulogy by the non-Catholic Chief Justice of Ontario, Roy McMurtry, the very one who in June 2003 (then as a justice of the Ontario Court of Appeal) ruled that same-sex 'marriage' is a 'right,' and the traditional definition of marriage is unconstitutional.
Best of all, if you're really, really famous, you'll end up with a stirring eulogy and a fulsome obituary in the press.
From the moment our parents brought her home, Maggie touched our hearts every day,'' her older brother, Jamie Dixon, the head men's basketball coach at the University of Pittsburgh, said during his eulogy.