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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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For the first time in 70 years wreathes were laid amid renewed calls for a permanent memorial to be created at the site.
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.
The Sialkot based officials of the Punjab Rangers hoisted national flag and laid floral wreathes on the graves of victims during a special ceremony.
The service ended as military, navy and RAF representatives crossed the square to lay down wreathes of poppies on the Hall of Memory monument.
WHO took these poppies and wreathes from a cenotaph and shoved them into a bin just yards away?
Political, social, religious and civil society organizations would also lay wreathes on graves of the martyrs.
The new envoys laid wreathes on the tombs of late King Hussein Bin Talal, King Abdullah Bin Al Hussein I, and King Talal Bin Abdullah.
Wreathes decorated by local celebrities will be auctioned.
There are nearly thirty such projects where which use natural ingredients, from seeds and pinecones to old jars, twigs and other natural materials, in a range of decorative efforts from wreathes to ornaments and centerpieces.
Twelve specific projects are the core of the book, each introducing new techniques and materials, and including such ideas as feather wreathes, driftwood fish sculptures, and the crafting of walking sticks and canes from found wood.
Floral wreathes will be laid at the location on the Lyari Expressway where the unfortunate incident took place.
Wreathes decorated by local celebrities, including Congressman James P.