Examples of (with)in living memory in a Sentence
All of the veterans have died, those with any living memory of the Great War have gone.
When we got this postcard saying George Parker Bidder, it was exciting because nothing like that has come back in living memory.
The 100th anniversary is a very important moment because we're at a time now where this campaign ceases to be about memory and slides into history, all of the veterans have died, those with any living memory of the Great War have gone.
Tonight, many of us are going to give our support to a candidate for president who has done more than any other candidate in living memory to bring together the disenfranchised, the hungry, the poor, the workers who are being thrown out of their decent-paying jobs and the farmers who are being thrown off of their land, ladies and gentlemen, I would like to place for nomination this evening the name of one of the great leaders of our time and a man who has waged the most courageous and exciting political campaigns in the modern history of this nation. I place for nomination, with a great deal of personal pride, the name of Jesse Jackson.
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