Examples of commemoration in a Sentence
Several well-known celebrities attended the commemoration.
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In Turkey, which has been the scene of a sweeping crackdown against government opponents, the Women's Day commemorations turned into a wider condemnation of human rights abuses.
Other commemorations are being held at the Banneker Douglass Museum in Annapolis and at the Tubman Underground Railroad State Park in Church Creek, among others.
Every March 8, people celebrate International Women’s Day, a commemoration of women’s many, many, many incredible accomplishments.
To close the day's commemoration, Harris and Lewis, alongside other lawmakers and hundreds of followers, crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge one more time.
During the commemoration of the 73rd anniversary of liberation, a woman holding a flag was asked to move back because it was put up in a section reserved for former prisoners and blocked their views, according to the museum.
Presidents Day is observed on the third Monday of February and is - at least on a national level - a commemoration of the birthday of George Washington, the first U.S. President.
People let 17 lanterns loose into the night’s sky in commemoration.
The doc was commissioned as part of the British commemorations of WWI, which started in 1914 and ended in 1918.
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