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The Co-ordination Committee appealed to members of the civil society, lawyers, and general public to arrive at the place of martyrdom of Chaudhry Aslam on 18th January at 5:00 pm and pay tribute to him by laying floral wreathes and burning candles.
Outlets will sell mince pies and cakes, mulled wine, decorative wreathes, mistletoe and flowers, gifts and refreshments.
The military commanders also visited the martyr's tombs and laid wreathes of flowers on behalf of President al-Assad.
Zoe Chamberlain reports sprinkling of snow fell on the rows of holly wreathes and AAAbunches of mistletoe as the first in a series of auctions kicked off in Tenbury Wells this week.
The court heard his urine did not hit the plaques or wreathes at the Otley Road memorial in Headingley, West Yorks.
Leeds Magistrates' Court was told Marshall did not deliberately desecrate the Otley Road memorial in November last year and his urine did not make contact with any of the plaques or wreathes.
Metal posts were installed to mark out a single-track road, on which protesters recently placed funeral wreathes, as a symbolic gesture.
His mother and close family gathered around large floral wreathes which spelled out the words 'Brother' and 'Pepsi' ( his nickname by which everyone at Waterworld knew him.
Brave owner Jim Lewis and trainer Henrietta Knight laid wreathes to commemorate the career of a horse who had taken over the mantle of Desert Orchid in the racing public's affection.
Guests strolling through The Quarter will be treated to Atlantic City's official "Holiday Tree," a 25-foot lavishly decorated and twinkling evergreen (SEE PHOTO,) a live Poinsettia tree, dozens of festive themed wreathes, enormous icicles and snow showers.
And scattered on ledges and at one's feet are a number of wreathes and nests made from twigs, assorted feathers, and cheap silk flowers.