sesquicentennial

NOUN
  1. the 150th anniversary (or the celebration of it)
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How To Use sesquicentennial In A Sentence

  • Renovation and redecoration of church property was followed by an elaborate sesquicentennial celebration.
  • Italy celebrated its sesquicentennial as a nation in March and yet it can still seem as factional and disunited as it did during the years of reunification, the years of Tomasi's work. A Lyric, Elegiac Lament for a Lost World
  • That the sesquicentennial of the potato famine would be the occasion for a reassertion of Irish consciousness is not surprising.
  • Official sesquicentennial celebrations marked 26 January 1938, but Aboriginal people protested with a Day of Mourning to mark the beginning of the invasion of their people.
  • In his sesquicentennial history of the SBC, Jesse Fletcher pointed out correctly that neither Barnes, Baker, nor McBeth had mentioned this document in their histories.
  • But in this sesquicentennial year of Uncle Tom, scholars are working hard to clarify the public's understanding of this controversial figure.
  • Ten years ago I was asked by the Eastern Health Board to write a short history of St. Vincent s Hospital which later appeared in booklet form as part of the sesquicentennial celebration of the former workhouse.
  • Now the town council wants Corky to write and direct a musical based on the town's 150-year history for the upcoming sesquicentennial celebration.
  • Without doubt they will respond again to the call to celebrate the sesquicentennial on 16 December 2000.
  • The sesquicentennial of the Great Famine also took on special importance on account of the contemporary political contexts in which it occurred.
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