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Synonyms for enshrine

Synonyms for enshrine

enclose in a shrine

hold sacred

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An eighth--Puerto Rican legend Roberto Clemente, the first Caribbean-region player to cross the threshold in 1973--achieved immortality via the unusual circumstance of a special enshrinement in the aftermath of his tragic demise on Dec.
As a final word, I wonder if Xue Xuan's victory over Wang Yangming for enshrinement has implications other than the competition between the two Schools or between the two regions.
The member of the Canadian National Assembly also commended the enshrinement in the constitution of the diversity of the Moroccan identity, highlighting "that the recognition of Morocco's cultural diversity represents a considerable step forward.
Four times in the past seven years, Miller has been on the veterans' ballot for election to the Hall and four times he has failed to receive the necessary votes for enshrinement.
We want to ride on Iran's rich enshrinement history," said Minister Mzembi, adding that consultations with the relevant authorities had already begun.
NBA superstars Karl Malone and Scottie Pippen along with the 1960 and 1992 United States men's Olympic teams joined Buss in the 2010 enshrinement class.
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame today announced that eight individuals and two teams have been named as the Enshrinement Class of 2010.
While the WebAAEs current path risks the permanent enshrinement of lowest-common- denominatorhood, he argues, thereAAEs still a chance for a more benign outcome.
His success with this sport earned him enshrInement into the National Wheelchair Basketball Association Hall of Fame.
So Science News staff writers enjoyed poring over the potpourri of science stories from 2007 to select those most worthy of enshrinement in the magazine's annual year-end issue.
The constitutional enshrinement of state religions must be eliminated.
The New York Times earlier this year polled 50 writers who are eligible to vote, revealing that just eight said they would back McGwire for enshrinement.
One can only hope this richly expansive work will receive its proper enshrinement at some later date.
In doing so, he first focuses on circular life experiences that characterized the colonial period in English North America, then on the transitional years of Revolutionary America, and finally on the full emergence and enshrinement of linear life experiences in nineteenth-century America
The enshrinement of unrestricted abortion rights that the Democratic Party has come to represent has forced me, in conscience, to become a one-issue voter.