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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishobituaryo‧bit‧u‧a‧ry /əˈbɪtʃuəri $ -tʃueri/ noun (plural obituaries) [countable]  TCNan article in a newspaper about the life of someone who has just died
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obituaryDid you ever see his obituary in the Citizen?Long, reverent newspaper obituaries were produced.But Henry Skelton was also said to have suffered from depression ... and even wrote his own obituary.Already his political obituaries are being prepared, as he considers his future over the weekend before making a statement on Monday.Even on his death, nearly twenty years later, the obituaries did not forget Glaze's role in Doctor Who.The obituary in the New York Times had the sweep of history.The obituary of Benjamin James Titford.Keep their lists and read them whenever you feel anxious. -- Write your obituary.
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