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remember englannista suomeksi

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remember englanniksi

  1. To recall from one's memory; to have an image in one's memory.

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  3. (quote-book)|title=(w)| chapter=6|url=| passage=(..) I remember a lady coming to inspect St. Mary's Home where I was brought up and seeing us all in our lovely Elizabethan uniforms we were so proud of, and bursting into tears all over us because “it was wicked to dress us like charity children”.

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  5. 2016, VOA Learning English (public domain)

  6. Remember me? I live in your building.
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  7. 2021, President (w)

  8. To heal, we must remember. It's hard sometimes to remember, but that's how we heal. It's important to do that as a nation.
  9. To memorize; to put something into memory.

  10. (ux)

  11. To in mind, be mindful of

  12. To not forget (to do something required)

  13. To convey greetings from.

  14. To in mind; to remind (also used reflexively)

  15. (RQ:Shakespeare Tempest)

  16. (RQ:Homer Chapman Odysseys)

  17. 1870, (w), "Secret Parting", lines 5-7

  18. ''But soon, remembering her how brief the whole''
    ''Of joy, which its own hours annihilate,''
    ''Her set gaze gathered''
  19. To engage in the process of recalling memories.

  20. To give (a person) money as a token of appreciation of past service or friendship.

  21. ''My aunt remembered me in her will, leaving me several thousand pounds.''

  22. 2003, ''Little Visits 365 Family Devotions: Building Faith for a Lifetime'' (Concordia Publishing House)

  23. Waitresses, mail carriers, and teachers were often remembered on Boxing Day.
  24. to commemorate, to have a remembrance ceremony

  25. (uxi)

  26. (alt form)

  27. 1982, ''Book Review Digest'', volume 78, page 824:

  28. knit 'this scattered corn into one mutual sheaf, / these broken limbs again into one body' - in other words, how to resurrect the dismembered god, to remember Osiris. Yet the only body made whole in these expert, lowering poems is the body of this death.
  29. 2008, Jan Assmann, ''Of God and Gods: Egypt, Israel, and the Rise of Monotheism'', page 42:

  30. According to these mysteries, the rites of fashioning or remembering Osiris came to be interpreted as remembering Egypt. Egypt was the body of Osiris, dismembered and scattered across the land.
  31. 2010, Sandra Ingerman, ''Medicine for the Earth'', page 100:

  32. She remembered Osiris by putting his pieces back together and mating with him one last time, conceiving Horus, who eventually avenged his father's death.
  33. 2012, Roy Melvyn, ''The Lost Writings of Wu Hsin: Pointers to Non Duality in Five Volumes'', Lulu Press, Inc ((ISBN))

  34. To dismember is to tear apart; / To re-member is to put back together. / The old must be dismembered / So that which was prior to it / May be remembered. / Therefore, to re-mind is / To dismember and then re-member.