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  • My strop has already been immortalised on this blog and it is unfair to bring it up again.
  • The town of Whitby was immortalised in Bram Stoker's famous Dracula story.
  • The superfan immediately headed to a tattoo parlour to immortalise the autograph. The Sun
  • Can she ever imagine being able to immortalise Missy in a work? Polly Morgan's wings of desire
  • The horse is immortalised by a life size bronze statue at Aintree, presented by Seagram.
  • The deeds of the Anzacs in Gallipoli and France are immortalised in many records -- magnificently in John Masefield's "Gallipoli" -- an epic in its simplicity. Women and War Work
  • It has been immortalised in songs, films and tacky merchandise. Times, Sunday Times
  • As if the statue made of bronze standing in Wisconsin wasn't enough to immortalise the memory of Winkler's alias, Fonzie, now he's got an OBE, too. Our pick of the week: The story, the stat, the quote, the tweet
  • Loveable Ted Clydesdale, the gentle giant of a carthorse immortalised as the lead character in a fast-selling children's book, is to make a guest appearance at the Three Counties Show.
  • Zoe was a beautiful brown-and-white spaniel, with eyes that were almost human in their soft beseechingness, and Mrs. Broderick often lamented that she could not eulogise his doggish virtues as Mrs. Browning had immortalised her Flush. Doctor Luttrell's First Patient
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