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“I guess as my China days diminish, I will begin retrospecting the lessons I've learned from my two years abroad.”
“More to the point, as the election gets closer, I note most blogs conservative and liberal, but mostly conservative tend to spend less time retrospecting and more time cheerleading and/or demonizing.”
“For better or worse, 1968 has become iconic in American history, and we're about to get a burst of retrospecting in the looming 40th-anniversary year of 2008.”
“Re: THE game, I tried to fire up this pansy-ass chat-group on Friday night when Ian was probing their collective soul and retrospecting his former EE-on, um, er decade or er so on BlueVery Hill, but alas, nobody was listening.”
“He could recall fifty occasions on which he could, or would, gladly have lost his head; but now, retrospecting, he was inclined to give himself the credit rather than Roselle, that their relations had been so innocuous.”
“By retrospecting to occurances that happened during my journey of life.”
“Since when we have been retrospecting, doctoring, washing at a poor apology for a brook, and making ourselves comfortable in anticipation of Retreat and of the night.”
“Dick, as he rowed back, did not look about him: he was thinking or retrospecting.”
“In surveying the present, and in retrospecting the past, we find great reasons for gratitude, and for the indulgence of bright hopes for the future of our Church and people.”
“In retrospecting the ground over which we have come during the last century, we felt it becoming to invite you to rejoice with us for the train of mercies which has followed us for one hundred years.”
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