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- v. Present participle of commemorate.
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- adj. of or pertaining to a commemoration; serving to commemorate.
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- adj. intended as a commemoration
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According to a news release, sponsor of Heinz field, the pack of six bottles, each with a label commemorating a Super Bowl win, sells for $35.
The words of Ataturk in commemorating the battlefield are incredible:
The state of Virginia has always faced challenges in commemorating its participation in the Civil War, bound up as its narrative inextricably is with the institution of slavery.
Swim Ink 2/LLC/Corbis A cigar-box label commemorating Charles Lindbergh's 1927 solo flight across the Atlantic.
World famous OTAKU blogger and enthusiast Danny Choo and South-East Asiaâ€ ™ s renowned cosplayer and this years Regional Cosplay Championship finalist Alodia Gosiengfiao will be our special guests in commemorating this exciting new launch.
As you can see, I didn't put a lot up in commemorating the events of September 11, 2001; I frankly couldn't think of anything more to say than what the painting Art Spiegelman did for the cover of The New Yorker of September 24, 2001, already said.
From a speech delivered by King Juan Carlos of Spain commemorating the first Thai edition of Don Quixote:
I also took this opportunity to present my great buddies a keychain commemorating our friendship.
"If they want a tag commemorating veterans of the Confederacy, I don't have a problem with it," said Bailey, who is black.
She had spent the day before in commemorating the work of creation, and therefore rested; but now she is upon search into the work of redemption, and therefore makes a visit to Christ and him crucified.