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It was in March, if I remember rightly, and a terrible muddy, raw spell, with the roads bad for hauling her things to town.
Her first duty 's to her mother," said aunt Jane; "I hope she'll always remember that.
Reed, I remember my best was always spurned with scorn.
Clare has just laid me under an obligation which I shall remember gratefully to the end of my life.
But them things are dying out, as I tell Solomon every time he comes round; there's no voices like what there used to be, and there's nobody remembers what we remember, if it isn't the old crows.
The writer remembers talking to an aged Zulu woman, however, who told him that she was married when Chaka was king.
It is simply because she remembers you when you were a little girl, Lady Narborough," said Lord Henry.
Your Lordship tempts his servant to see whether he remembers the revelations imparted to him.
Jekyll (who was composite) now with the most sensitive apprehensions, now with a greedy gusto, projected and shared in the pleasures and adventures of Hyde; but Hyde was indifferent to Jekyll, or but remembered him as the mountain bandit remembers the cavern in which he conceals himself from pursuit.
Such is the lot For ever of the great and wise, Whose tombs around us rise; Man honours where the grave remembers not.
You are mistaken, my friend," replied the abbe; "God may seem sometimes to forget for a time, while his justice reposes, but there always comes a moment when he remembers -- and behold -- a proof
I shall try also to help him to down the Fronde, but on one condition -- that he sometimes remembers the king's faithful servants and gives the first vacant company of musketeers to a man that I could name.