English words and Examples of Usage

use "heritage" in a sentence

We have a special obligation to protect our World Heritage.

The booth carried the slogans "Russian heritage" and "Made in USA."

The plunder and looting is not limited to non-Muslim heritage alone.

This year an estimated 25,000 people converged on the heritage park.

His sculptures, like the carving "Inuvialuit," reflect that heritage.

That model is a part of Southern heritage that few people talk about.

"We remember his death every year because his heritage still lives on.

The building, which opened in 1911, is a designated heritage building.

Yosemite's celebrations will honor the land's heritage and its future.

Many were waving Confederate flags as they shouted "Heritage Not Hate!"

Cruz asked the audience at the Heritage Foundation's policy conference.

The area was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1996.

Palmyra, also known as Tadmur, is home to a UNESCO World Heritage site.

UNESCO World Heritage picks for 2015 27 photos Endangered: Hatra, Iraq.

On balance Htay thinks a World Heritage listing is important for Bagan.

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