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to honor or keep alive the memory of

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address in a memorial

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be or provide a memorial to a person or an event

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amp;nbsp; Each is a link in an unbroken chain that stretches back to the earliest days of our Republic -- and on this day, we memorialize them all.
Recently, an Iraqi sculptor was charged with the task of creating a statue to memorialize Americans who had given their life in Iraq.
But both celebrate and memorialize facets of the rebel cultures of their respective times.
Howe Memorial Foundation, an organization created in 1961 to memorialize the Right Honourable Clarence Decatur Howe.
The anniversary experienced a crisis of generational transmission in the 1820s and 1830s that gave it new meanings and stakeholders, becoming used to memorialize the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812 and to assert the antebellum elite's claims to social exclusivity and civic leadership.
And though there were plenty of heroes to memorialize, it's hard to do positive cartoons.
We prefer to memorialize him not as a boy of summer but as a man who, in some mysterious transmutation of the human spirit, matured into a wondrous man for all seasons.
Memorial groves totaling 2,893 trees will be planted in New York to memorialize the World Trade Center victims.
I memorialize trips through scenic photography and display enlargements around our home.
The document also calls for: increased funding for ministry and leadership training for indigenous people, an increase in the church's work in support of native land claims and treaty negotiations, an increase in the church's healing fund, development of a truth and reconciliation (the word was used in this context) tribunal and development of liturgies to memorialize residential school stories and mark steps on the healing journey for native and non-native people.
To the extent a transferor parent is inclined to dominate governance without necessarily attending to systematic and periodic shareholder and director meetings, the adviser may be well-advised to memorialize that scenario pursuant to a close corporation agreement (if available under local law).
There is no better way to express your grief and memorialize the passing of your pet and honor them by placing a memorial on this site.
Many works memorialize a tactile encounter: This is especially apparent in the pieces of driftwood that feature carefully applied rows of fingerprints made of the same natural colorings used in the plywood paintings.
From noon to midnight, with seatings at two-hour intervals, hundreds of performers will memorialize the plight of those living with, and lost to, the deadly HIV virus.
plant the tree and memorialize their loved one wherever and whatever way they want.