public commemoration

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  • There was no public commemoration upon his death and he was not included in the canon taught in schools.
  • Most Irish nationalists and republicans do not take part in the public commemoration of British soldiers.
  • The Zapfenstreich is performed only during national celebrations and solemn public commemorations, to honour distinguished persons present at such special events.
  • For many years, this somewhat squashed inscription was the only public commemoration of Crosby.
  • Shortly before his death at the age of 98, Hewes was the subject of two biographies and much public commemoration.
  • As long as the Weimar Republic existed, the date June 24 remained a day of public commemorations.
  • You may desire some explanation of why we in this Cathedral, have thought it right to take part with the city in the public commemoration of George Borrow. Cited from George Borrow, by Henry Charles Beeching
  • There are many more public commemorations of Patrick Pearse than of Willie.
  • In the late 20th century, Irish President Mary Robinson extolled the donation in a public commemoration.
  • However, public commemorations are dealt harshly by the Sri Lankan security forces.
  • Charles John strongly opposed the public commemoration of the May constitution, which he suspected of being a celebration of the election of Christian Frederik.
  • However, following the Left's defeat in the Greek Civil War, public commemoration of locations associated with its role in the Greek Resistance was banned.
  • In order to prevent any public commemoration of Zhao, Chinese authorities increased security in Tiananmen Square and at Zhao's house.
  • At Shanghai's prestigious Jiaotong University, for example, the party secretary organized a public commemoration event, with engineering students producing a large metal wreath.
  • In the early 1970s, leaders of New Orleans' Italian-American community conceived of a permanent public commemoration of the Italian immigrant experience in the city.
  • By 1890, there was a shift from the emphasis on honoring specific soldiers to a public commemoration of the lost Confederate cause.
  • During the annual mass public commemoration of Lag Ba'omer, hundreds of thousands of Jews make a pilgrimage to the site.
  • Historical conciliation can utilize many different methodologies, including mediation, sustained dialogue, apologies, acknowledgement, support of public commemoration activities, and public diplomacy.
  • In the run up to 18 May security is tightened in the Tamil dominated Northern and Eastern provinces and schools and universities are closed to prevent any public commemoration.
  • Kiselyov lived in Moscow after the war, and, though taking credit for the rescue in his letters to fellow partisan fighters, did not seek to have his act recognized as something extraordinary or seek public commemoration of his wartime effort.
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