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A floral tribute read: "The song has ended but the memories linger on.
In Ireland, Linger finished the week at number 11, Zombie at number 16 and Dreams at number 40.
No more the magic music With her friends, The Beatles, wrote - Though lingers faintly in our thoughts The echo of each note.
Any despondency you may feel after such visits may be somewhat relieved by a small study suggesting that even if people with the mind-robbing illness quickly forget a visit, the emotions tied to the experience may linger.
However, this lingering worry will only linger for so long, and there comes a time when more tangible action than an empty yellow box is needed.
It was not a day that will linger long in Hammers boss Sam Allardyce's memory.
Linger Longer is the second album of original solo piano music by concert pianist and classical music teacher Laura McMillan.
Anthropologist Daniel Touro Linger begins his book with the observation that anthropology's current focus on cultural analysis is relegating experienced lives to the margins of scrutiny.
As we add Linger to the multitude of products that tell women their vaginas need fixing, we are really starting to wonder when suppositories to flavor semen will hit the market.
Grubb & Ellis Company announced that Linger Cafe has signed a 10-year lease for approximately 940 s/f at 533 Atlantic Avenue.
British Airways said it had been forced to cancel 160 of its 400 short-haul flights to and from London's Heathrow Airport on Wednesday due to heavy fog that was expected to linger for another two days.