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

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Examples

  • How does it feel to have your name immortalized on the printed page?

    Slice Of Cherry

  • * “Let’s Roll,” the phrase immortalized by Todd Beamer, a passenger on United Flight 93—which was hijacked on September 11, 2001, and crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania—came in first.

    TEAR DOWN THIS WALL

  • Twain immortalized Hannibal, and Hannibal is happy to reciprocate.

    Mark Twain's celebrated Missouri hometown is jumping again

  • The White Man's Burden, a phrase immortalized by English poet Rudyard Kipling as an excuse for European-American imperialism, was front and center Thursday morning at a RAND-sponsored discussion of Afghanistan in the Russell Senate Office Building.

    Kipling Haunts Obama's Afghan War

  • After all, Hoover was a bachelor his entire life as was his assistant Clyde Tolson, the man the Post describes as his "constant companion," a phrase immortalized years ago by Time magazine as a euphemism for lover.

    Aubrey Sarvis: Hoover, Valenti, Gaydar, and DADT

  • Do you want your name immortalized like that of Connor MaCleod of the clan MaCleod who was born in the year 1518

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • These aren't the sexy games which get your name immortalized forever as a trailblazer who broke income records.

    Zimmerman’s Dev Rights

  • Does Knepper deserve to have his name immortalized on Change. org, CBS and hundreds of other websites because of something he thought when he was an undergraduate?

    Washington Square News

  • "Slump: A culinary term immortalized by Louisa May Alcott, author of 'Little Women,' who gave to her home in Concord, Mass., the name Apple Slump and recorded a recipe for the dish."

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  • And who knows, if Chuck's next book gets adapted into a big screen movie (and chances are good since almsot all his books have been optioned at this point), you might even have your name immortalized in a feature film.

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