other words for commemorating
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It is he whom Pliny calls Mesphres, and of whom he says that he erected a pair of obelisks, commemorating his valiant deeds.
The Musicians have recently celebrated their tercentenary, commemorating the granting of their charter by James I. in 1604.
In the left aisle is another monument of 1312, commemorating a warrior of the imperial house of Germany.
Gotarzes, having triumphed over his rival, appears to have resolved on commemorating his victory in a novel manner.
A medal 33/8 inches across, commemorating his dignities of Duke and Gonfaloniere of the Church.
For example, the word was much used by David in commemorating any remarkable event.
There is a colossal tomb by Nollekens, the worst but one in the Abbey, commemorating three sea captains.
I hope more are to follow, commemorating those I have known, liked, and honored.
Other "bosses" show the curious painted "rebuses" of the period, commemorating a prior's name.
Some expositors claim that the beginning of the year in Ezekiel's vision was in the month of Nisan commemorating the Passover.
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