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

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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On February 7, 2016, another man was captured urinating on the same cenotaph on CCTV.
Cenotaph had by then chalked up a Chelmsford hat-trick in his first three attempts since arriving from Ireland.
A police spokesman confirmed officers were alerted to damage caused at the cenotaph around 8.30am on Saturday.
"The cenotaph is in a prominent location, it's the centre of the town.
Veterans march past the Cenotaph during the remembrance service in Whitehall, central London
Members of the armed forces, councillors, and representatives from both West Midlands Police and the West Midlands Fire Service, along with organisations such as the Scouts, the Girl Guides and the Army Cadets all laid wreaths at the base of the cenotaph. This year, Coventry was joined by guests from the twin cities of Kiel and Dresden, who, like Coventry, suffered greatly during the war.
10.50am: Glasgow's Remembrance Sunday service starts at the Cenotaph led by the Moderator of the Church of Scotland, Susan M Brown, followed by wreath laying and a parade.
However, a group of locals have been campaigning for the cenotaph to be visible to the public all year round.
Anne-Jane said on social media: "Just before 5pm, we were walking past the cenotaph at the bottom of Cromwell Road.
Rated 72 coming into the contest, Cenotaph was up against a pair of three-year-old rivals with superior ratings, but it was clear Donnacha O'Brien had any amount in hand when launching his challenge and his mount sauntered clear of Flowerhill Nova and Atlas.
A statement by the corporation said the Cenotaph was "at no point" intended to feature in the segment.
In Brantford, a service begins at the Cenotaph at 6 Dalhousie St.