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  • v. Present participle of memorialize.


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  • I love the idea of memorializing a loved one through plants.

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  • Turco, a former town teacher and lifelong resident, approached Veterans Agent Bob Fahey with the idea of memorializing the six fallen soldiers about nine months ago, after he posted memorial signs for two men killed in Iraq: Shayne M. Cabino, 19, and R.bert R. Pirelli,

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  • But those expecting Varanasises to start materializing alongside the Lincoln Highway or L.I.E. or the Dan Ryan Express or some other concrete Ganges meandering through the American landscape may have to temper their daydreams for a bit, as anything in the US that rests on some mercurial internal logic, such as memorializing our dearly departed, will invite twitchy, bureaucratic fingers to rein all of that in with central, regulatory control.


  • Several of them have made T-shirt and signs kind of memorializing the victims, the family, and they ` re just sharing stories.

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  • However, "memorializing" a loved one's Facebook page is usually way down on a grieving family's priority list.


  • Perry "memorializing" a status hearing held in his courtroom Monday.


  • Facebook has announced a new service for the friends and family of dead people. public pressure from Canada's privacy czar, Mark Zuckerberg and company told the world they're now "memorializing" the Facebook profiles of those who graduate to that big social network in the sky.

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  • My grammar isn't perfect, and my pronunciation may not be the greatest, but here I am, memorializing it in a new digital media outlet, trying my best to keep it from being forgotten.

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  • It is a startling picture, memorializing a moment of air-to-air combat from January 19, 1991, over Iraq.

    The Last Ace

  • Possessed of a quirky sense of humor and the money to pay for his whims, Mr. Hellman in 2009 founded the Con Artist Hall of Infamy, a website devoted to memorializing financial scammers from John Law, the French finance minister who helped create the South Sea Bubble of the early 1700s, to Bernard Madoff.

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