In 2008, when she and her partner wanted to memorialize their commitment, they traveled to Canada to get married.
One of my sons, who now lives in the United States, was very supportive of what I have done [to memorialize the famine].
He goes on to compass the very nature of memory by way of considering how we memorialize mass death.
“It was important to all of us to memorialize her, to recognize that she was,” writes Davis.
The honor to Jan Karski was intended to memorialize all this.
A meeting was appointed for the following Friday, when it was decided to memorialize the legislature.
It was his purpose to memorialize his friends and his opponents.
The Dominicans at Manila, on the same day, memorialize the home government for the suppression of the Audiencia in the islands.
I determined to memorialize my coin, and to read my memoir at the meeting.
No one has yet had the courage to memorialize his wealth on his tombstone.