A game scheduled for last week was canceled for the memorial service.
Then again, some of them doubtless think it reprehensible that he speak at a memorial service for an old "communist".
The memorial bones are Tutsi bones, yet those who look upon them are summoned to face the future as one nation.
The company, through its charitable foundation, pledged $5 million to the memorial.
They call Rosh HaShana (the Jewish New Year) the “memorial Blowing of the Trumpets,” and do not consider it a New Year at all.
Nelson soon assured the Austrian commander that this was not the object of his memorial.
The memorial of this excellent woman is short, but replete with instruction.
And so completely were her behests attended to, that no memorial of any kind remains to tell the place of her sepulture.
He was the first American writer who was honored by a memorial in Westminster Abbey.
You will observe mention is made in the written answer of a letter of the 10th of May, and of a supplement to the memorial.
late 14c., "memorable, excellent; remembered, committed to memory," from Old French memorial "mindful of, remembering," from Latin memorialis (adj.) "of or belonging to memory," from memoria "memory" (see memory).
late 14c., "fame, renown, reputation," also "commemorative gesture, monument, or rite;" in general, "something by which the memory of a person, thing, or event is preserved," from Old French memorial "record, report," and directly from Late Latin memoriale "a memorial," noun use of neuter of Latin memorialis (adj.) "of or belonging to memory," from memoria "memory" (see memory). Meaning "memorial act, commemoration" is from mid-15c.