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- v. Alternative form of eternalize.
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- v. make famous forever
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How else does one explain the complacency of the African Union when leaders use unorthodox means to remain in power or tinker with constitutions so as to eternalise themselves in power?
It only needs the lava of some German Vesuvius (their naval guns are not less terrible than a volcano) to surprise them at their toilet and eternalise their gesture by interrupting it; children will later on be educated by illustrations of Mme Molé about to put the last layer of paint on her face before going to dine with her sister-in-law, or Sosthène de Guermantes finishing painting her false eyebrows.
I therefore support the call made by his friend and comrade, Madiba, that we, as a thankful nation, eternalise the life and times of Xhamela with an appropriate memorial.
Their common aim is to suppress the Peoples Soviets, to crush the workers and peasants, to introduce again the discipline of the whip in the army, and to eternalise the bondage of the toiling Cossacks.
Degas draws not by the masses, but by the character; -- his subjects are shop-girls, ballet-girls, and washerwomen, but the qualities that endow them with immortality are precisely those which eternalise the virgins and saints of Leonardo da Vinci in the minds of men.
Fru Ndi accused Biya of playing tricks to eternalise himself in power.
On the other hand the subject classes strive to eternalise this collective memory by bequeathing it to the successive generations through its own literature, culture, art and folk traditions.
"I would like to continue to be the voice of communities that have no way of reaching out; the platform for events and heroes that might go unnoticed in the years to come and reconstruct and eternalise moments of raw human emotion that give us meaning and purpose," she says.