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Jamaica's economic prospects are remindful of the title of Richard Farina's 1960s novel ``Been Down So Long Seems Like Up to Me''.
Helione is the mirror image of Rachilde: she has blond hair (Rachilde had dyed her hair blond after the success of Monsieur Venus), an unhinged spiritualist companion who is remindful of Rachilde's table-rapping mother Gabrielle, and, like Rachilde, a favorite cat she is always stroking and with which she claims to have a mysterious affinity.
His duck hunting was remindful of Michael Dukakis' Snoopy pix in the tank.
Not one character that might be remindful of their own experience or somebody they might know?
Cornelius, to you: remindful that you used to dwell on my scantlings as something great, in that time when one solitary Italian 5 you dared ransack all the ages in three-- Jupiter!--learned and laborious papers.
This blending is remindful of another well-known reader's commonsensical conflation of history and poetry.
Present was a more melodious, soulful sound remindful of Start Getz.
One is remindful in your editorial that if Ahenakew believed what he said, 50 years in jail wouldn't change his mind.
Psalm8 says: ``When I consider your heavens and the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you have set in place, what is man that you a remindful of him, the son of man that you care for him?'' The answer is that we areHis special creation and we are so loved by God that He sent His Son Jesus from the glory of heaven to meet our need of pardon for sin and peace within.
* This definitely is not Shakespeare's "The barge she sat in, like a burnish'd throne." It is more remindful of the line from Shakespeare's Richard II: "For God's sake, let us sit upon the ground"--which would appear to be a sensible suggestion.
For Akassa is in addition remindful of traditional worldwide storytelling in that its details may be quite well known to the "locals," to whom the play acts as an affirmation, but what about the rest of humankind?
For the scholar, who is given no indication of the number and kind of letters exchanged in these intervals, these are frustrating gaps remindful of one of James's own comments regarding the publication of his friend Robert Louis Stevenson's correspondence: 'one smells the thing unprinted'.