Does "memorial" mean "money"?

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  1. MeddyDuo

    MeddyDuo Senior member

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    ?
     
  2. Alone

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    Memorials would mean something more along the line of possessions with significant meaning, like a childs favorite toy, or some photographs, etc.
     
  3. FoBoT

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    yeah, give some $ in the persons name to a charity
     
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    Hmm.... who should I believe... :confused:
     
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    Interesting.
     
  7. Alone

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    Oh, and just FYI, a memorial is just something in honor of another person. The line you gave seems to be as Fobot says, but a memorial isn't defined as a monetary donation.
     
  8. MikeyIs4Dcats

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    typical they mean a charitable donation. They do not want flowers or other useless items being wasted.