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

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There will be wreath laying ceremonies, parades and readings at cenotaphs and some schools across the borough.
Sefton mayor Cllr Maureen Fearn laid a wreath at the Lord Street Cenotaph before doing similar at an afternoon service in Formby.
The restoration project included refinishing two bronze plaques, replacing the cenotaph base and walkway, and purchasing and installing two black granite benches and a new memorial sign.
The cenotaphs would have carved scriptures of all religion -- Hindu, Muslim and Christian as Rajmata was known as a secular person loved by one and all.
Servicemen and women from Northern Ireland also attended a march to the Cenotaph in London where the Queen led tributes, joined by Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
On Anglesey, dozens of dignitaries, voluntary groups and members of the public paid tribute to the war dead at Llangefni Cenotaph, accompanied by Menai Bridge brass band.
In Maesteg, a service was held at St Michael's Church, followed by a parade to the cenotaph for the laying of wreaths.
On this cenotaph are inscribed the names of 54,889 killed at Ypres, a historically contested area in Belgium.
LAZENBY cenotaph has been restored in time for Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday after concerns were raised by members of the public.
Even after a year the 'Maharani Ki Chhatri' in the ancient old walled city, the place where the Maharanis of Jaipur were cremated and where Rajmata was laid looks barren without a cenotaph of the queen of glamour and romance who was described by Vogue magazine as one of the most beautiful women of the world in the early '50s.
Wreaths will be laid at 10.50am, followed by a short service at the Cenotaph. A formal service will take place afterwards in Prescot parish church.