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use "commemorate" in a sentence

The marches commemorate important days in Northern Ireland's history.

Memorials across Germany commemorate liberation by the Allied forces.

Thompson's family held a celebration dinner to commemorate his achievement.

There have been ceremonies and parades across Europe to commemorate VE-Day.

Elliott says an annual run was an obvious choice to commemorate the three men.

The monument was built to commemorate the 1911 visit of King George V to India.

It comes as thousands gathered in Kyiv to commemorate Ukraine's civilian victims.

Church bells rang out for several minutes to commemorate those who died in the blaze.

Soon a plaque will be unveiled to commemorate the moment that changed their lives for ever.

Mr Avis said there would be a commemoration in the centre to commemorate the Armistice today.

We will commemorate his passing, but more importantly, remembering his answering of the call of duty.

Ackman is a self-confessed fan who made his comments at a New York symposium to commemorate Berkshire.

The people of Somalia often compose poems to commemorate various occasions in their lives.

Celebrations planned to commemorate the discovery of the Americas by Christopher Columbus have been met with protests by native people.

Jacobs had not one but two stone sphinxes to commemorate him.13.

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