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commemoration

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcommemorationcom‧mem‧o‧ra‧tion /kəˌmeməˈreɪʃən/ noun [uncountable]  CELEBRATEREMEMBERsomething that makes you remember and respect someone important or an important event in the past syn remembrancein commemoration of somebody/something a service in commemoration of those who died in the war
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commemorationIt is a commemoration and ensures that people remember the event because it was out of the ordinary, and special.A 50th anniversary commemoration is planned for November.It is part and parcel of an annual commemoration of the dead bound by traditions ancient and arcane.Clare Mallender's commemoration was, however, a different story.A strange, sad commemoration of the murders that ruined paradise.The commemoration of the dead in the First World War was seen as a triumphalist commemoration of those who died for Britain.
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