reminisce


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Last year more than 2,000 people descended on Preston Park for the Reminisce event - most of them in fancy dress to get into the spirit of the occasion.
It can bring a lot of joy to people with dementia when old memories come to the fore and they can have a good old reminisce and these memory boxes can really help open things up.
Billy Connolly visits Belfast and reminisces about his great-grandfather.
A treasure ideal for reading aloud with young ones to reminisce and anticipate trips to the beach.
A deeply helpful and empathic guide, devoting half its pages to words of wisdom and half to reflections of those who have grieved, as well as some blank pages that the reader may reflect and reminisce upon.
Old uniforms, company memorabilia and photographs from the 20-year history are on display and staff has been given an opportunity to reminisce.
When you are in this business or here in this convention, and we are all products of this, sometimes it's a lot easier to sit outside that door to talk and reminisce instead of coming in and listening to these meetings and learning as much as you possibly can.
Each year since, I've gone to Warped to see some good music and reminisce with friends about summers gone by.
They look forward to it for two or three months and reminisce about it for a month afterward, so it ends up being a huge part of their lives.
Together they discuss their common experiences and reminisce about their comic heroes: in particular, Roy's admiration for the cheeky chappie himself, Max Miller.
In addition, because the quotations derive from different contexts and times, we reminisce in many tempos.
Elsewhere, LESLEY FITZ-SIMONS was also helping fans of another Glasgow institution - The Barrowlands - reminisce in the Pavilion's tribute production about the grand old Glasgow ballroom.