posthumous


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
Above, The Partridge Family in the charts, 1971; below, |John Lennon had a posthumous number one in 1981
Jane Sutton collects | a posthumous honorary degree from Coventry University for her son Stephen (pictured) inset
Elvis Presley, the King of Rock n' Roll, came in second in the posthumous list with an estimated $55m despite his death in 1977.
It remained in the top slot for three weeks becoming the first posthumous number one hit in UK chart history.
Hendrix's posthumous album features 12 previously unreleased studio recordings that were completed between 1968 and 1970.
Amy was nominated in the Best British Solo Female category, and her parents attended the star-studded event to find out if their daughter would become the first artist ever to be awarded a posthumous BRIT.
For Posthumous Sperm Retrieval, after the genital area is first shaved and prepped, a 3- 4 cm incision is made in the scrotum, through the tunica virginals ( a layer inside the testicles) and the testicles are delivered.
Posthumous knighthoods in the UK are banned, but MPs have backed motions to knight people such as codebreaker Alan Turing and Beatle George Harrison.
A lawyer believes that Penderyn, 23, who led the revolt by mineworkers, was the victim of a miscarriage of justice, and has launched a bid for a posthumous pardon, claiming he did not commit the crime.
And Rifleman Mark Turner, killed in an explosion while he was on a foot patrol in the Kajaki area of Helmand Province was given a posthumous Mention in Dispatches.
Organized by genre and author, entries include book series, offshoots issued under the new writer's name, posthumous collaborations, unauthorized books, and biographies of literary characters.
CDATA[ King Boris III of Bulgaria receives a posthumous award for saving his country's Jews during the Holocaust.