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me·mo·ri·al·ist

 (mə-môr′ē-ə-lĭst)
n.
1. A person who writes memoirs.
2. A person who writes or signs a memorial.
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memorialist

(mɪˈmɔːrɪəlɪst)
n
1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a person who writes or presents a memorial
2. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a writer of a memoir or memoirs
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me•mo•ri•al•ist

(məˈmɔr i ə lɪst, -ˈmoʊr-)

n.
1. a person who writes memorials.
2. a person who writes memoirs.
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Mechanicians, natural philosophers, soldiers, sailors, petitioners, memorialists, people with grievances, people who wanted to prevent grievances, people who wanted to redress grievances, jobbing people, jobbed people, people who couldn't get rewarded for merit, and people who couldn't get punished for demerit, were all indiscriminately tucked up under the foolscap paper of the Circumlocution Office.
The questions in the graphic organizer and those addressed during the debriefing enable the students to gain a better understanding of the core beliefs of the Confederate memorialists and African Americans.
171-81), which supplies a good glimpse of how the famous memorialists of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries saw the problem of the structure of the Ottoman elite, or Ottomanism for short.
Publications written and organized by memorialists (Lima, 2001; Speranga, 1992) and by some historians of the 1980s (Colodel, 1988; Wachowicz, 1982) describe this border in a very particular way.
Almost inevitably, when the brand was resurrected by another local family enterprise, the same memorialists who had hymned the original incarnation complained that the birch beer flavor no longer tasted the same.
is nearly always omitted when her former students or their biographers and memorialists trace their intellectual descent and indebtedness.
In short, as goddesses of the arts, the muses were supposed to be historians and memorialists of creation and the universe.
note 95, at 224, 224-25 ("The memorialists seem to expect that an
The aim is to let 'these largely forgotten figures'--he adds in missionaries, 'memorialists', travellers and satirists--'introduce new century Burma' (pp.
More disconcerting is the failure to address the deafening silence of Southern memorialists regarding the region's labor history.
12: memorialists immortalises--the latter is what the former endeavour(s) to do