gofadail, cofadail, chofadail, cofadeiliau, chofadeiliau, gofadeiliau, nghofadail, nghofadeiliau
Noun(1) a monument built to honor people whose remains are interred elsewhere or whose remains cannot be recovered
(1) After the main ceremony in the school, the colour guard of RCMP and Rangers marched to the cenotaph in Victory Gardens, where they set the wreathes around the monument and sang the National Anthem.(2) More than 1,000 people ignored the rain and gathered round the cenotaph outside Rochdale Town Hall to pay their respects those who have laid down their lives during war.(3) Civic leaders and youth groups took part in the commemoration which included a march past, the laying of wreaths at the cenotaph and a service at Bury Parish Church led by Rev Dr John Findon.(4) But Coun Robert Heseltine said that earlier in the year the council had already agreed to repair and maintain the cenotaph and other war memorials in Skipton.(5) Former commando George Bower, 82, of Southampton, would have liked to have seen a service at the cenotaph to remember the war dead.(6) Following a service there, the parade makes its way back to the cenotaph via Church Hill for a service of dedication.(7) In Bolton, two Falklands soldiers who were once enemies, but are now friends joined the remembrance service at the cenotaph .(8) After the main ceremony there was a briefer wreath laying at the cenotaph in Victory Gardens and luncheon at St. Mary's Catholic Church.(9) Towns whose population has since dwindled to negligible still have their cenotaph or war memorial, as do schools and churches.(10) Today, it was the mayoral candidates' turn to stage demonstrations around the cenotaph .(11) From its size to its content, Inferno feels like a cenotaph , a monument dedicated to the memory of the victims.(12) Following a service, the parade marched back along Church Hill to the cenotaph for the Last Post / Reveille and a wreath-laying ceremony.(13) I was very pleased to see a lot of youths at the Remembrance service at the cenotaph in Milnrow Memorial Park on Sunday morning.(14) In the grounds, swathed in palm fronds, stands a marble cenotaph commemorating the dead of the Highland Light Infantry stationed in Karachi from 1898 to 1899.(15) The march will proceed down Molesworth Street to the cenotaph for the commemorative Anzac Day service.(16) After the wreath laying ceremony at the cenotaph and the service at Holy Trinity Church conducted by Rev Botwright, the parade will march past the civic dignitaries and finally be dismissed in Newmarket Street.
(1) cenotaph :: senotaff
1. monument ::
2. cairn ::
3. cenotaph ::
Different Formscenotaph, cenotaphs
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