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1. He received a posthumous award for bravery.
2. A posthumous collection of her work has just been published.
3. She bore him one posthumous son.
4. No posthumous awards are given, except for gallantry.
5. It was a dead hand, waving a tiny, posthumous good-bye.
6. Now her final play, 4.48 Psychosis, gets a posthumous production at the same address.
7. Bentley's relatives are demanding a posthumous pardon from the government.
8. But good conduct now can bring posthumous promotion or vice versa.
9. The legendary actor received a posthumous achievement award.
10. a posthumous award for bravery.
11. He was awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross.
12. The posthumous titles honored his death in a way.
13. But state laws on posthumous birth—or the birth of a child after the death of a parent—vary widely.
14. Today awarded posthumous Order of Conspicuous Merit , Second Class.
15. Heath Ledger won a posthumous Oscar for supporting actor for The Dark Knight.
16. He is a posthumous son , the uncle brings up the adult.
17. Dear men hear no tales, posthumous fame is an irish bull.
18. Postumer Posthumous discoveries of Mozart works are rare but not unknown.
19. Dead men hear no tales: posthumous fame is an Irish bull.
20. Largely unknown in his lifetime, Mendel's discoveries earned him posthumous fame.
21. Has the Home Secretary considered exercising his powers of a posthumous pardon in this case?
21. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and make good sentences.
22. Even the human being whose body it was may not be injured by its posthumous condition.
23. Making sense of his status as a postmodern social icon is as difficult as understanding his posthumous deification by millions of fans.
24. The political and the literary are as inextricably merged in Nizan's posthumous existence as they were in his lived existence.
25. When Mingus's vast orchestral work Epitaph was given its posthumous premiere in 1989, Adams was one of the main soloists.
26. It was calculated to secure for his book a name , and for himself posthumous fame.
27. His family and supporters have campaigned for many years for a posthumous pardon.
28. As a bonus, he'll be able to receive his 1 posthumous praise in person.
29. It can take innumerable forms, from buffoonery to the pursuit of posthumous fame.
30. First Lady Michelle Obama curtsies with Lynne Silosky, a niece of posthumous Medal of Honor awardee, Staff Sergeant Robert J. Miller.
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