in memoriam

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in me·mo·ri·am

 (ĭn′ mə-môr′ē-əm)
In memory of; as a memorial to. Used especially in epitaphs.

[From Latin in memoriam, to the memory (of) : in, in, into + memoriam, accusative of memoria, memory.]

in memoriam

(ɪn mɪˈmɔːrɪəm)
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) in memory of; as a memorial to: used in obituaries, epitaphs, etc

in me•mo•ri•am

(ɪn məˈmɔr i əm, -ˈmoʊr-)
in memory (of); to the memory (of); as a memorial (to).
[1840–50; < Latin]

in memoriam

A Latin phrase meaning in memory of, often used on gravestones.
References in classic literature ?
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The Walrus in Memoriam (1993)--dedicated to the memory of John Lennon--reflects the evolution of Riley's compositional style.
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Eliot observes of Tennyson's In Memoriam that "its faith is a poor thing, but its doubt is a very intense experience" (200-201).