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wreath

(rēth),
A structure resembling a twisted or entwined band or a garland.
[A.S. wraeth, a bandage]
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The tradition has been going for well over five years and staff at the crematorium erect special fences for people to attach their wreathes to.
For the first time in 70 years wreathes were laid amid renewed calls for a permanent memorial to be created at the site.
They said that the attacks on mosques and madaris (religious seminaries) are nothing but is equal to invite wreathe of Allah Almighty.
They demanded of the government to take care of the people living with different physical disabilities, otherwise it should be ready to face wreathe of the nature.
It further charged that the Police and FC had earned a bad name for the country by resorting to kill them in a shootout, as such they should tender an apology to the Allah Almighty in order to escape Its wreathe.
People laid wreathes at his grave and also offered 'Fateha' for one of the national heroes.
They also offered prayers and laid floral wreathes at the grave of the journalist of Nawa-i-Waqt who was shot at and killed by Imran Aslam Cheema (PML-N's chairman of the Union Council, Begowala) when he approached Cheema for comment on a story.
Sialkot based senior journalists visited the grave of Maulana Zafar Ali Khan in Karamabad, Wazirabad and laid floral wreathes.
At the cenotaph, the leaders offered wreathes and observed a moment of silence.
They laid floral wreathes at the graves of martyrs and prayed for peace of departed souls.
class="MsoNormalAttendees have laid wreathes of flowers at the memorial wall on which the names of the 218 Kenyans and Americans who died are engraved.