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  • Many of his works were published posthumously in the first decades after his death.
  • Only people who actually appear in some capacity in a posthumously released film are listed here.
  • He has been a subject of numerous paintings, both during his life and posthumously.
  • Produced posthumously, it has become popular on public television in the United States.
  • Though his best-known songs were released during his lifetime, more of his songs were released posthumously.
  • Because she did not begin writing actively until her later years, most of her works were published posthumously.
  • The title was also given posthumously, though often without the actual Gold Star medal given.
  • Of his published work, almost all appeared posthumously, and most of it in the 20th century.
  • They include the following, some of which have been published posthumously and recorded, and some of which are lost.
  • Several of his other works have been published posthumously.
  • Thirty-one works were published during his lifetime, ten posthumously while others remain in manuscript.
  • The third volume would be published posthumously, and included his own tenure as lieutenant governor and governor.
  • He was posthumously named one of the most influential figures of the Internet age.
  • A small number of these books were published posthumously.
  • Much of her writing, including her extensive work on religion and mysticism, has only been published posthumously.
  • After his death, his posthumously published fiction and philosophical writings were well received.
  • In addition, a body of religious-themed works was found posthumously in his estate.
  • They were also each posthumously awarded the Hero of the Soviet Union medal.
  • She was the fifth person to complete the feat and the first to do so posthumously.
  • Much of de Man's work was collected or published posthumously.
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Meaning of posthumously

  • adverb After death
    these piano pieces were published posthumously, he was honored posthumously