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used in The Mill on the Floss

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mark by some ceremony or observation — especially the memory of something
  • "And General Wolfe, Mr. Poulter,—wasn't he a wonderful fighter?" said Tom, who held the notion that all the martial heroes commemorated on the public-house signs were engaged in the war with Bony.
    2.4 — Book 2 Chapter 4 — "The Young Idea" (59% in)
  • Three nails driven into the head commemorated as many crises in Maggie's nine years of earthly struggle; that luxury of vengeance having been suggested to her by the picture of Jael destroying Sisera in the old Bible.
    1.4 — Book 1 Chapter 4 — Tom Is Expected (16% in)

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