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For a time the old man resigned himself to the pleasures of gustatory reminiscence.
He can only produce out of their armoury the sophism, 'that you can neither enquire into what you know nor into what you do not know;' to which Socrates replies by his theory of reminiscence.
asked Anne, seeing that Captain Jim's fountain of reminiscence had run out for the present.
Certainly,' replied that gentleman, in no way displeased at the reminiscence, inasmuch as it proved, beyond all doubt, what a high family Mrs Kenwigs came of.
Visit the Navy Yard, and behold a marine, such a man as an American government can make, or such as it can make a man with its black arts -- a mere shadow and reminiscence of humanity, a man laid out alive and standing, and already, as one may say, buried under arms with funeral accompaniments, though it may be
Both men had simultaneously a reminiscence of childhood, of the elfin and adventurous time when tall weeds close over us like woods.
Her eyes were dreamily bright, her cheeks genuine peachblow, her expression a happy one, tinged with reminiscence.
Miss Briggs, our old friend, blushed very much at this reminiscence, and was glad when Lord Steyne ordered her to go downstairs and make him a cup of tea.
Mercedes Higgins was voluble as a Greek, and wandered on in reminiscence.
It was like a reminiscence of something not exactly familiar, and yet resembling the speech of civilized men.
32 Brett Street, interrupted that reminiscence abruptly.
Lord Decimus had a reminiscence about a pear-tree formerly growing in a garden near the back of his dame's house at Eton, upon which pear-tree the only joke of his life perennially bloomed.