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- v. Alternative spelling of memorialize.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. Same as memorialize.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See memorialize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. be or provide a memorial to a person or an event
- v. address in a memorial
Sorry, no etymologies found.
He says it is crucial not just to identify the problem, but to "memorialise" it along with a record of the implemented solutions, a process he says is the most valuable piece of the ASAP.
- Facebook 'memorialises' profiles Facebook has announced that it will be giving friends and family the option to "memorialise" the profiles of members who have died.
Millions of social-networkers live their lives through websites such as Facebook, so it was only a matter of time before the online company offered to 'memorialise' members after they had gone.
The five-year-old social network will "memorialise" profiles of the dead if their friends or family request it.
Lee's script does its best to memorialise liveness – and to record not only what Lee says on stage, but how.
In the 100 days since one of the world's most entrenched dictatorships was toppled, Egypt has borne witness to an explosion of creative energy seeking to memorialise, critique and carry forward the country's moment of revolutionary fervour, a process which has itself revolutionised the country's long-stagnant cultural landscape; buskers can perform without police permits.
Since journalists are not normally reluctant to memorialise themselves or to celebrate their profession, it is odd that this is the first look at the extraordinary Beer.
In their dereliction the barracks memorialise something that was altruistic and fine.
PS You can't memorialise your own Facebook account if you are considering suicide.
Your digital executor will memorialise your Facebook page, close your twitter account with a final tweet saying you are dead, if that's what you want, formally end your blogs and cease access to all your accounts.
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