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ne·crol·o·gy

 (nə-krŏl′ə-jē, nĕ-)
n. pl. ne·crol·o·gies
1. A list of people who have died, especially in the recent past or during a specific period.
2. An obituary.

nec′ro·log′ic (nĕk′rə-lŏj′ĭk), nec′ro·log′i·cal adj.
ne·crol′o·gist n.
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necrology

(nɛˈkrɒlədʒɪ)
n, pl -gies
1. a list of people recently dead
2. a less common word for obituary
necrological, necrologic adj
neˈcrologist n
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ne•crol•o•gy

(nəˈkrɒl ə dʒi, nɛ-)

n., pl. -gies.
1. a list of persons who have died within a certain time.
2. a notice of death; obituary.
nec•ro•log•i•cal (ˌnɛk rəˈlɒdʒ ɪ kəl) adj.
ne•crol′o•gist, n.
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necrology

1. an announcement of death; obituary.
2. a list of persons who have died within a certain time. Also necrologue. — necrologist, n.
See also: Death
-Ologies & -Isms. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.necrology - a notice of someone's deathnecrology - a notice of someone's death; usually includes a short biography
notice - an announcement containing information about an event; "you didn't give me enough notice"; "an obituary notice"; "a notice of sale
2.necrology - a list of people who died recently
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
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Translations
nekrologas

necrology

[neˈkrɒlədʒɪ] Nnecrología f
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necrology

n (form)Totenverzeichnis nt, → Nekrologium nt; (= obituary)Nachruf m, → Nekrolog m
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ne·crol·o·gy

n. necrología, estudio de estadísticas referentes a la mortalidad.
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Necrologies for female members also listed their involvements with women's associations.
Through death notices (necrologies) broadcast on local television the day before, they know that at least three other groups of bereaved people are mourning in the immediate vicinity.
The biblio- and biographical notices as well as the necrologies fisted by the editors (KS xlii-xliv) are too brief to draw a satisfactory picture of Jolly's education; of his contacts with older and contemporary scholars (e.g., Buhler, who, he said, "handed [manuscripts] over to myself and other junior scholars to help us in the editing of these texts," Indian Antiquary 27, 1898, 382; KS 1195); of his support of younger scholars (e.g., Karl Scriba, who thanked Jolly "fir die vielfaltige, nie ermudende Unterstutzung, die er mir bei der vorliegenden Arbeit zu Teil werden less," Die Fragmente des Pitamaha, 1902: 5); in short, of any circumstances in Jolly's life that teach us more about the man behind the scholar as we know him from his works.
Hallett draws on a wide range of (almost exclusively textual) sources to seek to answer these questions--including chronicles, necrologies, obituaries, letters, personal notes, as well as autobiographical and biographical lives of individual nuns.
Eugene Thacker undertakes a history of the body politic as a symbol of political order in the history of political theory, pivoting to discuss the dissolution of the body politic: its necrologies. I see no reason in principle why "making die" could not be integrated into a Foucauldian conception of biopolitics, although it would require a reconsideration of negative power and complex, tandem operations of negative and positive power.
I selected 72 for Necrologies, published by Seren in 2008, and now I've chosen another 75 for Welsh Lives: Gone But Not Forgotten, which Y Lolfa has published.
Welsh Lives is the author's second book of obituaries, the first of which was published as Necrologies in 2008 and consisted of 72 obituaries, from Welsh writers to graphic designers.
The necrologies given by PM Nikola Gruevski and Culture Minister Elizabeta Kanceska Milevska are not enough because much more needed to be said for the personage and work of Gane Todorovski.
Maybe, I reasoned and hoped, one or more of them married American Orthodox and Conservative rabbis and, thus, their lives might have been chronicled, if references to widows' works turned up in necrologies and obituaries of their spouses.
One of his latest books, Down the Stream of the River of Life (2007), is a collection of his essays, necrologies, memories of his close friends, and literary essays.