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Translation of "awake memory" in English

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But hold his Memory awake.
Often they were involved in formal or solemn rituals and kept the collective Memory awake.
They were often incorporated into formal or ceremonial rituals and served to keep collective memory alive.
The Klaus Tschira Foundation helped us with this Memory awake to keep.
The Klaus Tschira Foundation has helped us keep this memory alive.
Get this 3-hour, 45-minute DVD / Bluray combo from AE Home Video, the latest addition to their "The Greatest Baseball Games" series, and you can get it Memory awake to keep in two slices.
Get this 3-hour, 45-minute DVD / Bluray combo from AE Home Video, the latest addition to their "Baseball's Greatest Games" series, and you can keep the memory alive in two discs.
It's a day to die Memory awake to keep: the memory and solidarity with the victims of terrorism and their families, with those who have lost their lives, but also those who are still suffering from the psychological and physical consequences.
It is a day for keeping memory alive - the memory of the victims of terrorism - and for solidarity with them and their families, with those who lost their lives and also with those who still suffer the effects of it, whether physical or psychological.
Maybe it shakes yours Memory awake.
But maybe it'll jog your memory.
There are six small memorial stones at Schildstraße 5 Memory awake to Betty Emmering, née Lissauer, and her family.
At Schildstraße 5 six small memorial stones hold vigil to memorialize Betty Emmering, nee Lissauer, and her family.
Lots of people your age are committed to helping Memory awake to hold and create a peaceful world.
Many people of your age are committed to keeping these memories alive and to shaping a peaceful world.
We all have to Memory awake and convey the message that such catastrophes must not repeat themselves for humanity.
We all need to strengthen our memory and send the message that such human catastrophes must not be repeated. -Q.
These signs don't just call ours Memory awake, but they also offer us the perspective to go beyond remembrance.
These signs help us not only to remember, they also offer us the possibility of going beyond commemorating.
In my opinion, it is important that we who, through our institutions, serve our citizens, these institutional ones Memory awake hold.
I think that it is important that we who are serving our citizens through institutions keep this institutional memory.
Although these images are often superseded by other images, art tries to find uncomfortable images in the Memory awake to hold: 2/15 instead of 9/11.
It may very well be that these images are chased by others, but art can try to keep the memory of uneasy images: 2/15 rather than 9/11.
Even later, when we grow up, that Memory awake hold.
Always and forever, even after we grow up
A people who Memory awake holds, does not repeat the mistakes of the past, but faces the challenges of the present and the future with confidence.
A people which remembers does not repeat past errors; Instead, it looks with confidence to the challenges of the present and the future.
It is not just - and I would like to emphasize - the rights of an individual victim, but collective rights and thus the responsibility that Memory awake to keep so that this type of crime never happens again.
I would like to stress that this is not only about the rights of an individual victim, but about collective rights, which bring with them the responsibility to rememberso that this type of violation does not happen again.
The memorial itself is more likely to be discussed than the Shoah. Anyway, it keeps that Memory awake and there is talk of the Shoah - if only as a side effect.
On the other hand by talking about this controversial memorial and trying to find an interpretation the fact of the Shoah remains present - even if only as a side effect.
But the rite of designation with ashes does not hold that too Memory awakethat human existence is subordinate to mortality?
But does the rite of the marking with ash not also keep alive the memory that human existence stands under the angle of inclination of mortality?
There are old ones Memory awake, right?
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