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  • Promoted to Headline (H3) on 1/22/09: 'Tanks in My Memory' a Good Start yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = '\'Tanks in My Memory\' a Good Start '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: This video doesn\'t go far enough in its condemnation.

    'Tanks in My Memory' a Good Start

  • Con.; because these are the Memory-Senses (if the phrase be allowed), these are the Eyes, Ears, Touch, Taste, and Smell of the Memory: and we have only to impress the _Memory_ according to the laws of its own nature and the _Memory_ will RETAIN the impression.

    Assimilative Memory or, How to Attend and Never Forget

  • Hering's lecture "On Memory," which is in _Unconscious Memory_, and of mentioning Butler as having enunciated the theory contained in _Life and

    Samuel Butler: a sketch

  • The minister agreed and explained how it is called Memorial Day but it means to be in Memory of our soldiers (and so on) and one little boy said, "Then why don't we call it Memory Day?"

    Faulkner's Memorial Day

  • I have already given my view on that virus in an article with the title Memory Crisis: What Rwandans Remember and Forget.

    WN.com - Business News

  • South Dakota Memory is a collection of resources pertaining to the culture and history of South Dakota.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Earl Stevick (in Memory, Meaning and Method), suggests that if as teenagers we establish a strong L1 identity, and ultimately come to some conclusions about our role in the world, then we are less likely to be able (or willing) to adopt a more L2 way of speaking later.

    I is for Identity « An A-Z of ELT

  • Memory is slush, a muddy puddle in which the little ships of things now sink, now surface triumphantly.

    A Progressive on the Prairie » In one brain cell and out the other » Print

  • Breath, Eyes, Memory is told in these four fragments is that Sophie, the narrator, is a recent speaker of English, and in telling a story in English she would definitely try to be economical with her words.

    A Conversation with Edwidge Danticat about The Dew Breaker

  • Memory is the way we keep telling ourselves our stories -- and telling other people a somewhat different version of our stories.

    A Conversation with Alice Munro

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