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“One that I will never forget happened in Cité Soleil, a shantytown with more than a quarter million residents living in extreme poverty on the edge of Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti.”
“Sude recalls the moment the World Trade Center towers started collapsing: “I will never forget when my colleague comes up, his face ashen.””
“You too stand for the old ways, Kondo-san, and I will never forget it.”
“Celeste would never forget the Nordic-looking Forcas, the fallen angel that had attacked them in the library.”
“Peter Dolat had wanted me to go to Bermuda with him—even would have paid for the plane and everything—but when he was about twelve he had helped Babci home with her cart in a rainstorm, and I remember my father saying he would never forget that kindness.”
““I will never forget when they walked in to the legation,” Mrs. Nagy recalled in 2008.”
“I shall never forget that night of waiting," Pegram's adjutant, Gordon McCabe, wrote afterward.”
“July 25-August 5, 1986—I will never forget my visit to the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem during our trip through the Middle East.”
“Anyone who has ever had malaria will never forget the raging thirst, headaches, and bone-breaking pain.”
“I will never forget the 1985 arrest of Richard Ramirez, the infamous California “Night Stalker.””
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