late-lamented

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late-lamented

[ˈleɪtləˈmentɪd] ADJmalogrado, fallecido
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There are some of them down New Guinea way that eat the late-lamented himself, just by way of a last tidy up.
FOR years, Record readers could be forgiven for thinking that Gaelic in Scotland was in danger of disappearing like our late-lamented Ewen Bain and his Angus Og cartoon strip.
He said: "Unless you're Uncle Albert on Only Fools And Horses, Demis Roussos or Abu Hamza, the BBC is generally as pogonophobic as the late-lamented Albanian dictator, Enver Hoxha.
VISITORS to last summer's late-lamented Brinkburn Music Festival in Northumberland will remember the Carducci Quartet for a top notch performance which they linked to a masterclass for North East music students.
There won't be a dry eye in the house when the name of the late-lamented Pete Postlethwaite is read out - he's been posthumously nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his role in The Town.
There won't be a dry eye in the house when the name of the late-lamented Pete Postlethwaite is read out - nominated, posthumously, for Best Supporting Actor for his role in The Town.
We have seen some modern retro-influenced designs that really worked such as the new Mini and the late-lamented Rover 75 and some that could have done better such as the new VW Beetle and the Jaguar S-Type.
For example, if only the late-lamented conglomerate GEC had hired a Director of Inoperations it might still be around today as a FTSE 100 company.
East African survived, became a successful regional airline, but eventually it too, in 1977, collapsed amidst great acrimony between the governments of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, and which helped precipitate the demise of the late-lamented East African Community itself very shortly afterwards
It was recorded by the late-lamented Jeanne Demessieux when the cathedral opened in 1967 and it's practically not been heard since.
He knows very well, but will, of course, never admit, that the instances of mistakes were very, very rare, a fact that would be verified by the now late-lamented ring inspectors.