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In one experiment, the first group of children was reminded they have various identities, such as son, daughter, reader or helper.
The Davao City Police Office also reminded the voters not to bring packbag and any bag enough to conceal bombs or deadly weapons.
Bersamin, in a statement sent through the Supreme Court Public Information Office, reminded all executive judges and clerks of court of second- and first-level courts to be at their posts on May 13.
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Tuesday reminded candidates in next month's midterm polls to abstain from campaigning during Holy Week, particularly on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.
The Department of Education (DepEd) reminded school officials and administrators to avoid holding lavish Christmas parties and focus on simple and meaningful celebrations instead.
The statement also reminded residents of a similar 2016 announcement that forbade them from flying drones in the capital.
He reminded the public of several things that were illegal under Section 24A of the Election Offences Act 1954, which would be enforced on nomination day.
Turn it upside down and it reminded him of the letter J for Jesus, who it's all about, turn it the right way up and it reminded him of a shepherds crook and the words of Jesus 'I am the Good Shepherd'.
Turn it upside down and it reminded him of the letter J for Jesus who it's all about, turn it the right way up and it reminded him of a shepherd's crook and the words of Jesus 'I am the Good Shepherd' The white candy reminded him of the purity of Jesus and the three thin red stripes of His suffering at the hands of the Roman soldiers.
"Let me remind you that, before we met in Tirana, we met with you in Podgradec and we even have a photo to witness that meeting with Edi Rama and Ilir Meta, but that wasn't a problem back then, because BDI was with you in the government", reminded Sela.
It was also nice to be reminded of the kids playing with whip and tops, etc in the streets.
according to Roygar and McDemort (1995), the participation approximately 65 to 80% of other Non--presented words which were close to each other reminded and identified.