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enshrine (someone or something) in (one's) heart

To retain fondly, as of a memory. While I'm heartbroken that Grandma is gone, at least I've enshrined all of my wonderful memories with her in my heart.
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enshrine (something) in (something)

To place something on display, often within a protective case or material. I enshrined my medals in a cabinet in my foyer so that all visitors can see them.
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enshrine someone in one's heart

 and enshrine someone's memory in one's heart
Fig. to keep the memory of someone in a special place in one's heart or mind. Bob enshrined Jill's memory in his heart.
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enshrine something in something

to honor someone or something by placement in a shrine. Bill enshrined his grandfather's watch in a glass dome.
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Tiant didn't fare well in a 2014 election of the recently formed Golden Era Committee, though Oliva missed out on enshrinement by a single vote and Minoso fell four votes short.
In July, with Miller apparently on the cusp of enshrinement, the Hall announced changes to the voting format once again.
We look forward to honoring them in Springfield this summer with a week-long celebration of basketball, highlighted by the Enshrinement Ceremony on August 13.
The National Aviation Hall of Fame's annual enshrinement ceremony took place in Dayton, Ohio, on 20 July.
The National Aviation Hall of Fame's (NAHF) 41st Annual Enshrinement Ceremony will take place in Dayton, Ohio, on Saturday, July 20, 2002, when four more outstanding pioneers of aviation will take their place of honor among the 174 men and women previously enshrined.
Instead he highlighted Mr Blair's remarks on the Middle East - calling for an international monitoring force and the enshrinement of the Saudi Arabian peace plan in a United Nations resolution - saying they were 'highly significant'.
Few would then have predicted that JFK's youngest brother would someday be a candidate for similar enshrinement.
Reardon relates the enshrinement of Pickett's Charge to the emergence of the Lee Cult and the dominance by Virginians of Confederate literature and veterans' affairs generally.
Among other things, the latter indicates a greater interest in sexual freedom and variety than the public enshrinement of patriotic mothers would suggest.
That difference accounts for the enshrinement in the First Amendment of the freedom of the press.
Add to this the enshrinement of national cultural heroes: Babe Ruth, Bill Tilden, Red Grange, and, not least, Charles Lindbergh, and one recognizes a nation increasingly becoming self-conscious.
Ted feels that his father's legacy deserves enshrinement in his native country and in the town where he spent the last productive years of his life before being struck down by a massive heart attack.
BALTIMORE -- The National Cyber Security Hall of Fame (NCSHOF) announced that 24 individuals were nominated and confirmed by the Board of Advisors and peers for consideration for the 2012 enshrinement class.
NEW YORK -- The punk trio Green Day, the short-lived British band The Smiths, "Lean on Me'' singer Bill Withers and Sting are among the first-time nominees for enshrinement in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The resumption of oil exports, enshrinement of the rights of citizens, and the immediate implementation of border security measures will be of enormous benefit to both countries.