Sentences Containing 'memorialize'
They may also memorialize a location, person, or event.
After creating four clay sculptures to memorialize his children, Ivan Meštrović died in early 1962 at the age of 79, in South Bend, Indiana at St.
In 1965 the Indiana General Assembly appropriated funds to commission a copy of the sculpture to memorialize Hoosier coal miners who had been killed on the job.
The historical marker placed by the Indiana Civil War Centennial Commission in 1963 in the vicinity of Derby, Perry County, Indiana, to memorialize Hines' entry into Indiana states that Hines invaded Indiana in 1862, although he actually did so in 1863.
Koreans in several neighborhoods of Yachiyo were killed, and a tower was erected in 1972 near Yachiyodai Station to memorialize those killed in the incident.
The three gather on Hugh’s 25th anniversary at the coffeehouse to retell and memorialize their mediocre show-business careers, including a final disastrous performance on The Mike Douglas Show.
In 1911, the "Teatro Nacional" (National Theatre) was built in San Salvador, and the centenary of the independence uprising of 1811 was celebrated with the inauguration of the "Monumento a los Próceres de 1811" (Monument to the Heroes of 1811) in "Plaza Libertad" (Freedom Park) to memorialize the heroes of the movement.
He was deeply moved, and wrote Music for Prague 1968 to memorialize the events.
More Vocab Wordswretch - miserable person; bad or despicable person; ADJ. wretched: miserable; bad; contemptible; vile
prodigious - enormous; marvelous; extraordinary; Ex. prodigious amount/memory
grunt - utter a deep guttural sound (as a pig does); N.
limbo - region near heaven or hell where certain souls are kept; prison (slang); Ex. Purgatory and Limbo
gratify - please; satisfy; Ex. gratify a desire
nautical - pertaining to ships or navigation
parochial - narrow in scope or outlook; provincial; related to parishes
oracular - of an oracle; prophetic; uttered as if with divine authority; mysterious or ambiguous; hard to understand; N. oracle: wiser person; prophecy made by an oracle
demagogue - person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people; CF. demagoguery
abject - (of a condition) wretched; as low as possible; lacking pride; very humble; showing lack of self-respect; Ex. abject apology