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CENOTAPH. An empty tomb. Dig. 11, 7, 42.

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He said: "Who in the council planning department authorised the installation of an amusement ride the height of Nelson's column to be erected within inches of the cenotaph, which only last week was adorned in sombre reflection with poppies of remembrance?
Most recently, contractors working for NatWest to close down the Aberdare branch were spotted parking on the pavement next to the cenotaph last weekend.
A girl was urinating nearby, a man in a wheelchair was urinating on the cenotaph, while two sat on the other side smoking.
We would like to make it absolutely clear that the Top Gear team has the utmost respect for the Cenotaph, what it stands for, and those heroic individuals whose memory it serves so fittingly.
On his BBC Radio 2 show, Evans said he "completely understood the furore" around the photographs and admitted it had been "unwise" to film anywhere near the Cenotaph.
Mayor of Wolverhampton Coun Mike Heap at the cenotaph in the city centre
Mr O Muilleoir said his presence at the cenotaph was him seeing through a pledge he made on taking office to be a mayor "for all the people of Belfast".
SOMBRE: Queen Elizabeth II with other members of the royal family arriving at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, for the annual Remembrance Day Service
On Thursday, he is scheduled to lay flowers at the cenotaph after touring the Peace Memorial Museum, also in the park.
Primarily, it is the duty of the grandson Devraj Singh to build the cenotaph in the memory of his grand mother as her son is not alive.
London, Dec 13 (ANI): Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour's son has been arrested after he was photographed swinging from the Union Flag on the Cenotaph, London's most revered war memorial, during Thursday's student violent student protests.
Summary: The son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour has said sorry for climbing the Cenotaph during the student protests".

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