in commemoration

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  • 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.
  • It is true that in commemoration the poet may speak while the man within is silent. Cited from A Little Book of Western Verse, by Eugene Field
  • He immediately had a medal struck in commemoration of the happy event. Cited from Lucretia Borgia, by Ferdinand Gregorovius
  • It was likely named in commemoration of the federal union of the United States.
  • Both mother and son survived, and in commemoration the parents selected the unusual name.
  • In commemoration of the hero, the people named the bridge after him.
  • The town's water tower is painted to look like a basketball in commemoration of the event.
  • That was what was done later in commemoration of the event. Cited from Dio's Rome, Vol. 4, by Cassius Dio
  • Indeed, the town's coat of arms features a wheel in commemoration of this fact.
  • Remember that it was named in commemoration of the first battle of the Revolution. Cited from A Dream of Empire, by William Henry Venable
  • Several songs have been composed and published in commemoration of this joyful event. Cited from Paris As It Was and As It Is,by Francis W. Blagdon
  • Medals also had been struck and distributed in commemoration of the same event. Cited from Andrew Marvell, by Augustine Birrell
  • He named one of his sons Blue Gun in commemoration of his favorite rifle.
  • Nevertheless, they are but a few of many related in commemoration; for there is no one who could remember them all. Cited from The Most Ancient Lives of Saint Patrick, ed. by James O'Leary
  • He named his next child Restore in commemoration of this event.
  • A mass is held annually in the village in commemoration of this event.
  • There he had set up a religious foundation in commemoration of his success at Flodden.
  • I always did prefer to go down in Commemoration week, myself; never was a dancing man. Cited from In the Wrong Paradise, by Andrew Lang
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