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This incident devastates Tommy, who had not yet reconciled with Johnny, but eventually was able to forgive him postmortem.

Astroglial Inclusions postmortem histological examination of the brains of individuals diagnosed with CBD reveal unique characteristics involving the astrocytes in

Unfinished works from her early period, notably Sunflower (1986) and The Sentinel (2001) were also published after her death, so that her oeuvre was augmented by about one third by posthumous publications.

His 1964 conviction in an obscenity trial was followed by a posthumous pardon, the first in New York state history.

At the posthumous dedication of the park, Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan extolled Fickett's “life commitment and concern for others…a part of a legacy he leaves for all to emulate.

Legacy posthumous fame Main article: posthumous fame of Vincent van Gogh Since his first exhibits in the late 1880s, Van Gogh's fame grew steadily, among his colleagues and among art critics, dealers and collectors.

Oberyn achieved posthumous vengeance since he had coated his spear in thickened manticore venom, leaving Clegane to die slowly and in tremendous agony.

They were also given posthumous honors, with Li Zhen receiving the posthumous name of Jing (meaning "undying faithfulness to the emperor").

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