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“Note 28: For a general history of the Cavendish Laboratory and different research styles, see Goldhaber, "Reminiscence" (1993); Growther, The Cavendish”
“Alsie waited patiently for the envelope containing the "Reminiscence," and at last, when it came forth, she drew very close to grandfather to watch him open it.”
“The volume closes with a side story, "Reminiscence," which is just about the best episode in the series.”
“Standard Historical Catechism," by R.A. Carroll, "Reminiscence," by W.J. Walls, The Vest Pocket Commentary on the S.S. Lessons for 1922 and "Building The Sermon," a work on Homiletical studies by J. Francis Lee.”
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“Most Bitter Reminiscence: During an appearance on The Tonight Show, Madonna, a newly minted director, confesses that in her acting days, she really hated auditioning.”
“And like Plato," she wrote, "I believe in the Doctrine of Reminiscence or Reincarnation, and that in this life we are supposed to learn something, to advance, to become better.”
“Recently, two young children visited one of our Reminiscence memory care neighborhoods, and within minutes they were busy serving popcorn and playing games with the residents.”
“And Suchet receives, at one point, the surreal consolation of a text message from one of the nurses telling him Bonnie is "dancing the hokey cokey with residents in Assisted Living and Reminiscence" (who thinks up these ward names?).”
“Sandi and Lianna English perform their improvised dialogues about slavery, "Mammy Reminiscence" at 11 a.m. and "Grandma Wisdom" at 1 and 3 p.m.”
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