roll of honour


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roll of honour

n
(Military) a list of those who have died in war for their country, esp those from a particular locality or organization
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roll of honour

n (Brit) → albo d'onore
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"And let's have a Roll of Honour in Our Magazine," suggested Felix, "and every month we'll publish the names of those who keep their resolutions perfect."
"If we all resolved not to do the things we never do we'd all be on the Roll of Honour."
Handler Gordon dedicated this poem to Vinnie, who has been added to the K9 Memorial Roll of Honour.
In BA, Komal Ali won the roll of honour whereas merit certificates in BA were awarded to Muqadasa Gul, Salma Babar, Ayesha Jamshaid, Kashmala Saleem, Farzana Aslam and Tayyaba Saghir.
The student of M.A Urdu, Salma Rani secured gold medal and Roll of Honour for her meritorious performance while Sabeel Mamna received Silver Medal in M.A Urdu.
The Stanwell Remembers 1918-2018 pop-up museum exhibition is the culmination of several years' work by pupils and their teacher Lucy Donovan researching the names on the Stanwell Roll of Honour to mark the centenary of the end of World War I.
Integrity, who have risen to eminence and prominence in the society are inducted into the Sigma Roll of Honour as Honorary Sigmites, Igbonekwu said the Muhammadu Sanusi would be inducted into the Sigma Roll of Honour.
The sacrifice of two Wishaw High war heroes have not been officially recognised in the Scottish Roll of Honour in Edinburgh.
My copy of Manitoba History #86 arrived yesterday and, lo and behold, there on the cover was the Roll of Honour of Wesley College which includes my Uncle Jon Einarsson, the first Canadian-born member of our family, who was killed at Passchendaele.
(formerly Lafarge India Limited), one of the leading building materials manufacturers in the country, Maneesh Agrawal has been felicitated with the 'CFO100 2018' Roll of Honour award in the category of Collaboration by CFO India.
A NEW roll of honour has been unveiled at West Midlands Police headquarters after a previous memorial board came under fire after families labelled it "cheap and plastic" looking.
Highlights are its Roll of Honour and two hymn boards in memory of Private Brook who rose to be an officer and served in Gallipoli and on the Somme before joining the newly formed Royal Flying Corps.