(1) Interested in Greek as well as Ottoman and Persian culture, he was eager to present himself to posterity as the new Alexander the Great.(2) Similarly, if you have an interesting story to tell, get started on that article now, and have it recorded for posterity .(3) Special occasions are recorded for posterity by the subjects themselves.(4) the victims' names are recorded for posterity(5) She stood filming the whole spectacle with her video camera - as if there weren't enough cameras around to record the event for posterity .(6) Gramophone companies had made it possible to record their work for posterity .(7) So this picture records for posterity a scene of village life that has been lost forever.(8) On the wall behind him, photographs record for posterity his triumphant expression on completing the London Marathon.(9) His influence as a composer was much greater than posterity has generally recognized.(10) The law must be designed to defend the people, and their posterity , the general welfare.(11) The first Olympics in 776BC consisted of one event - a race won by Coroebus, of whom posterity has recorded little else.(12) But hasten to say that if those revelations were a mere fabrication, then let posterity judge us as a nation.(13) York's year of Millennium celebrations are to be captured on videotape for posterity for present and future generations.(14) The goal of Enoch's prayer, and Mahalalel's command, is to preserve the posterity of the righteous.(15) A photographer recorded the event for posterity and departed.(16) Ok, the good thing about ├ö├ç├┐the internet├ö├ç├û is that it allows teenage stunts to be recorded for posterity .