Carroll hopes to erect a plaque in her former home and at the hotel where she also lived.
After the 1994 election, the seven new Republican congresswomen presented Rush Limbaugh with a plaque saying, “Rush Was Right.”
The Queen met BBC stalwarts including David Dimbleby and Sir Bruce Forsyth, before unveiling a plaque marking the occasion.
The plaque honoring “la Nueve” speaks to how memory is often overlaid by the hedging of history.
The earl turned the plaque over and over in his hands, looking at it with vast interest, while Peter stared at him in perplexity.
Yes, gentles and people, I commend this plaque to your careful attention.
Let, then, a plaque or a picture be kept for hanging on shadowless clays.
Roger took the plaque and spread out the roll of parchment attached.
This plaque was stolen, I believe, while the other riches were gifts from King Montezuma.
Register your plaque in the ID slot and head for the door—then look back.
1848, "ornamental plate or tablet," from French plaque "metal plate, coin" (15c.), perhaps through Flemish placke "small coin," from Middle Dutch placke "disk, patch, stain," related to German Placken "spot, patch" (cf. placard). Meaning "deposit on walls of arteries" is first attested 1891; that of "bacteria deposits on teeth" is 1898.
A small disk-shaped formation or growth; a patch.
A deposit of fatty material on the inner lining of an arterial wall, characteristic of atherosclerosis.
A clear, often round patch of lysed cells in an otherwise opaque layer of a bacteria or cell culture.
A scaly patch formed on the skin by psoriasis.
A sharply defined zone of demyelination characteristic of multiple sclerosis.