Memorial

Me*mo"ri*al

, n. [Cf. F. mmorial.] 1. Anything intended to preserve the memory of a person or event; something which serves to keep something else in remembrance; a monument. Macaulay.
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Churches have names; some as memorials of peace, some of wisdom, some in memory of the Trinity itself.
Hooker.
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2. A memorandum; a record. [Obs. or R.] Hayward.
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3. A written representation of facts, addressed to the government, or to some branch of it, or to a society, etc., -- often accompanied with a petition.
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4. Memory; remembrance. [Obs.]
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Precious is the memorial of the just.
Evelyn.
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5. (Diplomacy) A species of informal state paper, much used in negotiation.
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