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in memory of somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin memory of somebodyin memory of somebodyREMEMBERif something is done or made in memory of someone, it is done to remember them and remind other people of them after they have died a statue in memory of those who died in the war She set up a charitable fund in her father’s memory. memory
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in memory of somebodyAlexander was grieved to lose such a good friend, and built the city Bucephalia in memory of him.The group lit candles in memory of Laura and her brother.And this week has seen the launch of a new international singing competition in memory of Peter Pears.A number of plaques include one in memory of Coastal Command aircrew lost on operations from Pembrokeshire bases.He was present in the bread and wine they shared in memory of him.The Macaulay's bought the standard in memory of Donald when they heard the regiment wanted to replace the old one.Tchaikovsky's Piano Trio in A Minor, another piece written in memory of a friend, completed the programme.
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