Photos: Memorials Grow, Vigils Kept

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    A student looks for a place to leave flowers at a makeshift memorial for the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting at the entrance of Newtown High School on Tuesday in Newtown, Conn.
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    Candles are lit among mementos at a memorial for victims of the shooting on Monday night in Newtown.
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    A mourner pays his respects at one of the makeshift memorials in Newtown.
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    Veronique Pozner waves to the members of the press as she leaves after a funeral service for her son, 6-year-old Noah Pozner in Fairfield, Conn. Noah was one of 20 students killed in the shootings on Friday.
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    Mourners gather outside the funeral service of Jack Pinto, 6, in Newtown. Monday was the first day of funerals for the victims.
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    People arrive for the funeral services of Noah Pozner in Fairfield.
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    Mourners embrace as they leave the Honan Funeral Home, where the family of Jack Pinto was holding his funeral service on Monday.
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    Manuel Moreno walks his daughter Jady, 6, to the Morris Street Elementary School in Danbury, Conn. Teachers and parents across the country were wrestling with how best to quell children's fears about returning to school.
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    Mourners outside Newtown High School listen to a memorial service over a loudspeaker, on Sunday evening.
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    President Obama speaks at a memorial service for the victims of the shooting in Newtown.
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    Rachel Pullen (center) kisses her son, Landon DeCecco, at a memorial near Sandy Hook Elementary School.
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    At Newtown High School, residents greet each other before an interfaith vigil for the victims of the shooting.
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    Firefighters and other volunteers organize a memorial near Sandy Hook Elementary School.
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    A woman kisses a stuffed animal before placing it on the memorial.
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    A memorial near the entrance to the Sandy Hook Elementary School.
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    A sign reading "Pray for Newtown" hangs from a stone bridge over Hawley Pond in Newtown.
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