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far today, have been in the news, and it is safe to conclude that those who see and hear about these events have moved them from short- term to episodic memory. Once an event arises, we can recall similar events regarding the time and place where such events have taken place. Recall in episodic memory then compels individuals to take action with nonverbal expressions of communication. Some symbols of sorrowful expression as those cited before (e.g., balloons, cards, and flowers) will influence the choice of symbols to present at memorial sites. Conclusion Nonverbal forms of communication have become a salient feature in expressing the manner in which individuals respond to various forms of trauma and tragedy. The forms of tragedy noted are those that result from premature loss of lives due to acts of homicides or terror. From balloons, cards, flowers, these nonverbal forms of commutation convey meaning to viewers. As mentioned, these forms of communication are signs and signifiers in that individuals use objects to convey concepts associated with the objects seen at the memorial sites. Moreover, the ability to convey similar meaning from senders and recipients with these signs suggests that such individuals participate and share a common culture. We also mentioned that emotion @V'&R66vf6BBFW6RWfVG266RFWfVV6RFRW"v6FfGV0&W7BF6V6'7FVƒ6VfǒVFF'Bf7VvV6g&FVBvFG&v2WfVG2V&@FRFB&VBFRv&BB2VBFBF67W76bF2GR66G&'WFRFfW&66FW&FbwVvR666FWBW7V6ǒfW&&f&2`6V6FFBfR&V6R6ƖVB66WFW2FF2FfGV2&W7BF6FVG2`G&vVGv&26FV@&'FW2&BVVVG2b6V֖wWr&Bvrsr&@6FW"Bw&V6RBrVr( WW&76wbfV"BFr( ФWW&66V6R"#3S"3c2FW6&6VV"7VGW&SG&GV7F'W'7V7FfW22&BVBWr&&v@ƗGFVfVB#R&Bआ7GV'BVB&W&W6VFF7VGW&&W&W6VFFB6vgr&7F6W2FW6@26Ɩf&6vRV&Ɩ6F2#r&Bࣃ