v. t.1.To commemorate.
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Attebery favors the method of MacDonald, a preference he pursues in the fourth chapter, "Romance and Formula, Myth and Memorate." In a provocative, persuasive gesture, he draws a qualitative line in the sand: facile fantasies make use of myth to gratify readers, assuring them of their mythic potential, while the best fantasy fictions reckon the costs that attend quests for adventure, identity, and fulfillment, a more active, contentious, and perilous "dialogue with myth" (117).
"Xi Jinping: Speech at the Forum to Com memorate the 60th Anniversary of the War to Resist America, Aid Korea by the People's Volunteer Army of China." October 25, (in Chinese).
On Friday morning, to com memorate his comeback - and the comebacks of others who have bounced back from such hardships - he'll do something far different from football: step onto a paddleboard on the Willamette River with hopes that three days later he'll be in Portland, about 170 miles away.
Soueif was in Cairo to com memorate the Revolution's first anniversary on 25 January.
As Dentan observed in his consideration of Semai bird knowledge, KhoeSan knowledge is memorate and informal (Dentan 2006: 297).
cial t There will be a special tribute this year to memorate the th anniversay of the Coventry Blitz, the Battle of Britain and he Dunkirk vacuation, hile almost million poppies will be dropped above the town by a fly-past Dakota.
The book encourages Catholics to corn memorate important events with blessings.
"The Memorate and the Proto-Memorate." Journal of American Folklore, 87:225-38.
(2) For example, characteristics of both the "memorate," which is a narrative of personal experience that contains a collective belief as its core, and the "legend," which is a migratory narrative that eventually adapts to a particular space and time, can often intersect with the generic properties of a personal narrative.
Last spring, U.S Forest Service Chief Dale Robertson visited the island commonwealth to commemorate memorate the 50th anniversary of Puerto Rico's Tropical Forest Experiment Station, the research unit of the Caribbean National Forest and the oldest research effort in the hemisphere aimed at tropical rainforest management.