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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of eternalize.

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Examples

  • These "up in comings" have some major potential and if they are able to properly channel their creativity with artistic success along with reaping loads of cash in the BO for the financial factor their names and franchises will be eternalized like Cameron, Scott, Spielberg, Lucas, Kubrick, Verhoeven.

    Exclusive: Concept Art and Info from Carl Erik Rinsch’s Small | /Film

  • However, I pray that this welcome surge of unity and camaraderie is seized and eternalized.

    Ahmed Rehab: A Silver Lining To Egypt's Dark Cloud

  • They were ripe back then: a seven-piece, all-in-the-family outfit composed mostly of allegiants, caught onto McLamb's love songs -- the ones conceived from the doldrums and eternalized on 2009's self titled debut.

    Chase Hoffberger: The Love Language Whip Up The Mercury Lounge

  • She has been eternalized by the famous Austrian artist Gustav Klimt (1862 – 1918) in two majestic portraits (1907 and 1912), and possibly also in an allegory of the Jewish heroine Judith (1901), displayed in the Austrian Gallery in Vienna.

    Adele Bloch-Bauer.

  • In the last 20 years he has built a giant rodeo stadium shaped like a horseshoe and Rio's Sambadrome, which eternalized Carnaval in a concrete promenade.

    Skyline Sculptor

  • Who would value a diamond, the product of any laboratory, were such a possibility, so much as that one which, by its own unknown and inscrutable process, defying philosopher and jeweller, has imprisoned the sunshine that moss or leaf or flower sucked in, ages since, and set its crystals in the darkness of the earth, -- a drop of dew eternalized?

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 107, September, 1866

  • And what shall we say of the classic soil of Greece? where the eye cannot turn, or the foot move to a place which is not eternalized by its associations: where the waters will not remind you of Castalian founts; the flowers of Parnassian wreaths; the eminences of the Phocian hills; and where the air of all breathes inspiration.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 14, No. 393, October 10, 1829

  • Beloved, or those objects of traditional Christian piety which are familiar to all of us -- this devotion too passes beyond its immediate goal and the relative truth there embodied, and is eternalized.

    The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day

  • Association, fixed and eternalized by the structure of the language, is the tyranny that keeps down the live idea.

    The Tree of Heaven

  • Her sorrow was real, of course, but the fire lighted by the senses is small and not enduring, and when the occasion arises regret is not eternalized, besides there were others waiting with impatience.

    Ninon de L'Enclos the Celebrated Beauty of the 17th Century

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