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enclose in a shrine

hold sacred

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And perhaps no oversight seems quite as glaring here in the new millennium as the surprisingly small number of Latin American-born All-Stars so far tabbed for enshrinement either through standard balloting of the Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA) or the special efforts of recently formed Pre-Integration Era and Expansion Era committees.
However he did it, Deal's enshrinement is proof of his place as one of America's great throwers.
The book's second chapter, "Battling for the National Icon," moves into the twentieth century and the history of Martian statues and monuments, successfully integrating his reading of individual monuments into a broader examination of the role that public monuments and shrines have played in Marti's enshrinement as national icon.
-- Before the holiday wish lists and mad buying rush each year comes a dose of nostalgia with the National Toy Hall of Fame's annual picks for enshrinement.
"Rangers have no idea yet what damage will be done." Bill Proud ENTERTAINMENT: Sting is among the first-time nominees for enshrinement in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
They are unaware about the enshrinement of principles such as non-combatant immunity, proportionality of response and the rights of prisoners of war that are laid down in the Quran and were being practised by non-Western civilisations long before them.
Israeli enshrinement in law of the concept of Israel as a Jewish state - a definition that was included in its 1948 Declaration of Independence - could complicate any efforts to restart negotiations that stumbled over that issue and others.
The last chapter deals with an unexpected victory in which Xue Xuan defeated a rival as strong as Wang Yangming (1472-1529) in the fierce competition for enshrinement. Timing and local factors proved the deciding factors for this surprising triumph.
Southwest said that a number of inductees in the Hall's 2013 Enshrinement Class joined the carrier's employees as they flew to Atlanta for this week's enshrinement ceremony.
Other speakers will include Mannie Jackson, former owner of the Harlem Globetrotters, who is presenting Basketball's Human Spirit Award the day of the event; John Doleva, president and CEO of the Hall of Fame, presenting the 2013 Cousy Award winner; Hall of Fame member and chairman Jerry Colangelo reporting on Enshrinement; and Jim Nantz of CBS Sports announcing the Class of 2013.
Bevis concurs in his conclusion that while "every third baseman that the BBWAA elected to the Hall of Fame since Collins's enshrinement in Cooperstown in 1945 is a legitimate choice as a better third baseman than Collins," he was "the best third baseman for the entire Deadball Era and even the entire first century of professional baseball" (219).
Stenning said Hewitt's plaque in the enshrinement hall and other references to him at the institution and on its website were removed on Thursday.
Gama'a Islamiyaa spokesperson Tarek Al-Zumur presented the assembly on Sunday with a memo detailing the demands of the Coalition to Support Shari'a, calling for the implementation of Shari'a in the new constitution and its enshrinement as the principle source of all legislation.
Shrine visits by government officials became a major diplomatic issue after the enshrinement of war criminals there in 1978 and then Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone's official visit to the shrine in 1985.
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