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Mostly, a eulogy is about what one did for others - as a parent, a volunteer, a teacher, a civic activist, a philanthropist, or one who set good examples.
In his eulogy in memory of martyrs of the homeland, President Beji Caid Essebsi offered his condolences to the families of martyrs and to the Tunisian people, reasserting, in substance, that "Tunisia will defeat terrorism thanks to the unity of the Tunisians and their attachment to the homeland.
This is a eulogy for the Build-A-Bear Workshop teddy you stuffed for me.
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Three days later, King delivered this eulogy at the funeral service for three of the children--Addie Mae Collins (age 14), Denise McNair, (age 11) and Cynthia Diane Wesley (age 14).
NBO: A Eulogy Written for My Funeral "Having shared the eulogy I wrote for the pretend death of my childhood best friend, I thought I'd share the other side of the coin: the eulogy she wrote for my own pretend funeral.
Like any good eulogy, this book focuses not only on death, but on life.
In a heartfelt eulogy, Mitch Winehouse told mourners his daughter had "conquered" her drug addiction, was "trying hard to deal with her drinking", and was happier than she had been for a long time.
In his eulogy, Khodr said the late archbishop "struggled in the path of Jesus.
The book concludes with the complete text of four eulogies delivered by Edward Kennedy at services for family members, plus the eulogy delivered by President Obama at Senator Edward Kennedy's funeral service.
CDATA[ 'You were always out in front of your soldiers, it was bound to be you who would be hit first,' Golani Brigade commander says in eulogy.
Ferguson, 67, delivered a touching eulogy for his friend and former captain during the service at St Machan's Parish Church.