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Synonyms for commemorate

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to honor or keep alive the memory of

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to mark (a day or an event) with ceremonies of respect, festivity, or rejoicing

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mark by some ceremony or observation

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call to remembrance

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be or provide a memorial to a person or an event

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Yet Clinton also knew that Selma could be read as a failure of government, then as now, and so even as he transitioned into what I view as the second section of the speech, he carefully chose the story he wanted to tell, just as all commemorators do.
The rule is never speak ill of the dead, but the obituarists [sic] and commemorators [sic] who wrote about Ginsberg upon his death could not have broken the rule even if they had wanted to, since they could see no ill in him to speak of at all" (52).
Hebron - PNN - Thousands rallied in central Hebron on Sunday to show their support to the Nakba day commemorators and to deliver a message to Isreal and the international community at large, that the Palestinians will never give up the fight for their homeland.
Created by eyewitnesses, participants, commentators and commemorators, the pieces illuminate both the constraints and the unexpected freedoms of perspective into war afforded artists such as Laura Knight, Linda Kitson and Frauke Eigen.
The commemorators should instead have been honoring the veterans, past and present, who have saved their collective butts by doing what had to be done time and again.
The Civil War stood in recent memory of the assembled commemorators.
Both authors begin by carefully establishing the original historical context in which Vercheres and Secord performed their heroic exploits, in order to show how the first sketchy and contradictory eyewitness accounts were embellished and manipulated by a later generation of commemorators.
In reward, they saw their depiction of Gilbert gain wide acceptance, although, to be sure, they did not face the same challenges as commemorators of a complex contemporary figure like Charles Darwin.
Aristocratic and royal women characteristically acted as repositories of family memory, as educators of children and intercessors for, and commemorators of, dead menfolk.