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They are symbols of the natural world, representations of adaptability and transformation, power and excellence, valiancy and boldness, heroism and perseverance, nobility and divinity.
Accordingly, the diary form in this instance is not an advocacy of the valiancy of personal memories, but rather a portrait-study of the types of individualized memory advocated by historical revisionists and exponents of the Schlussstrich argument.
The participants, carrying Syrian flags and banners calling for striking down those who trespass against Syria, decried the terrorists' crimes and those responsible for them, lauding the valiancy of the Syrian Arab Army's personnel and affirming that the Syrians are as one and that hardships and conspiracies only make them stronger and more adherent to reforms.