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  • Numerous activities are still under way throughout the country for his commemorations.
  • I must own I wish that little commemorations of this kind were more common among us. Cited from The Prose Works of William Wordsworth, by William Wordsworth
  • Later they came back and painted these paintings in commemoration of their escape.
  • He then takes out smaller particles in commemoration of others among the living.
  • Other events in commemoration were held in other places around the United States as well.
  • Living history programs and the commemoration of the surrender take place throughout the year.
  • Such commemorations have been made for national and local events.
  • Official church commemoration of saints in Rome beginning as early as the third century.
  • Only at a much later date were commemorations of foreign saints made.
  • Every year, the school holds a commemoration day to remember the founding of the school.
  • Annual commemorations are held on the island and there is also a memorial museum.
  • One was a commemoration of his father-in-law and another was a translation.
  • I think Argentina will also be holding commemorations of those who died in the conflict.
  • Currently, in the second year there is only one Commemoration ball held by New College.
  • The town's water tower is painted to look like a basketball in commemoration of the event.
  • During this stay in Paris I took part in two commemorations. Cited from Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White Volume II
  • The commemoration is also to think of the people who suffer from wars today.
  • His body is returned and a civic commemoration is attended by the whole town.
  • Since then, union rallies and commemorations have become regular events at the site.
  • This may include the creation of a special trophy or other commemoration of the event.
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Words starting with commemoration

Meaning of commemoration

  • noun A ceremony to honor the memory of someone or something