immortalize


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Synonyms for immortalize

Synonyms for immortalize

to cause to last endlessly

Synonyms for immortalize

be or provide a memorial to a person or an event

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A year ago, Woodring Wright, PhD of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas and a team of researchers discovered that introducing the enzyme telomerase, which builds up telomeres in certain cells, could essentially immortalize human cells by inhibiting progressive telomere shortening.
Whether they do so to immortalize their actions, to achieve "stardom," or to gain favor with their cohorts, when perpetrators videotape their crimes, law enforcement officers can use those tapes against them.
In all its forms, passion seeks to immortalize humanity in a feverish bid against time and the world.
We have developed a way for the average person to immortalize his or her life experiences and leave their mark on life.
In the essay on Franklin, he draws a charming word portrait of the American envoy in Paris, using the paintings, drawings and memorabilia that the French created to immortalize him.