published posthumously

Several of his novels were published posthumously.

Two of Camus's works were published posthumously.

The last two volumes were published posthumously.

posthumously awarded

She was posthumously awarded the Légion d'honneur.

"Cockrell" was posthumously awarded the Navy Cross.

He was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross.

posthumously inducted

Paul Bearer was posthumously inducted by Kane.

He was posthumously inducted into the PBA Hall of Fame in 1975.

In 2002, he was posthumously inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame.

posthumously published

It was posthumously published in 1851, as Opus 161.

His collected works were posthumously published in 1987.

Edited by his widow Margerie Bonner, it was posthumously published in 1970.

released posthumously

"Santa Ana Winds" was released posthumously late in 1984.

Three of his short films were released posthumously in 1953.

It was the last release of Meena Kumari, and was released posthumously.

awarded posthumously

However, the prize is not one that can be awarded posthumously.

The title was first awarded posthumously in 806 to the late mother of Emperor Heizei.

He was the first recipient of the newly created Air Force Cross, which was awarded posthumously.

posthumously honored

It was then that Xiao Tong was posthumously honored an emperor.

In 768, after consulting with Li Bi, he posthumously honored Li Tan an emperor.

He was posthumously honored by Towson University in a ceremony on April 13, 2017.

posthumously received

For his actions, he posthumously received the Medal of Honor.

The same year, he posthumously received two Carlos Gardel Awards.

He posthumously received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960.

posthumously promoted

He was posthumously promoted to brigadier general.

He was posthumously promoted to a Major General.

He was posthumously promoted to the rank of rear admiral.

posthumously released

Altenburgh Records posthumously released, "Final Call" in 2013 by the same group.

The single version was later included on Zappa's posthumously released "The Lost Episodes".

Arizona Bay Arizona Bay is an album by comedian Bill Hicks, posthumously released in 1997.