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

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Cadets at the Remembrance Day parade and service at the Cenotaph at Coatham, Redcar | ian mcintyre
This is a huge event in the unionist calendar in particular and I wanted to show respect for unionist people and the Protestant people of Belfast by being at the cenotaph on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.
The cenotaphs with a canopy at the top are built within a year after the demise of the royals.
My intention was not to attack or defile the Cenotaph," Gilmour said.
40am at Bodlondeb and will include a service at the Cenotaph followed by a parade through the town and a service at St Mary's Parish Church.
Although they apologized and left, after the fireworks the Cenotaph area again became a broken bottle melee.
Families of soldiers killed or still serving in Iraq yesterday held a moving ceremony at the Cenotaph in London in memory of those who died.
It was the wish of Hamai, who was himself injured in the bombing, that 'everyone visiting and praying before the cenotaph takes part of responsibility for the past evil by means of making an apology for it, and taking a pledge never again to repeat the same sin, from the bottom of their hearts.
The plan to build the cenotaph grew out of research conducted by a local history study group.
But a new, hopeful sign of a further shift in consciousness has recently appeared in the cenotaph on Okinawa called the Cornerstone of Peace (1995).
Korean residents who built the cenotaph 29 years ago originally wanted to build the monument inside the Peace Park, but their request was turned down by the city.

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