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half-remembered

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  • Then, on Friday morning, I awoke with an idea about migraines, headaches, medical procedures and telepathy, bound together by loose strands of half-remembered technology articles and science programs.

    2010 February « The Graveyard

  • Then, on Friday morning, I awoke with an idea about migraines, headaches, medical procedures and telepathy, bound together by loose strands of half-remembered technology articles and science programs.

    Even Being Overworked Is No Excuse For A Lack Of Inspiration « The Graveyard

  • Even more frustratingly, it turns out that this trick of imagining himself elsewhere was shared by Joyce himself, so that "my love for Rome . . . was perhaps no more than my love for a might-be-life born from a story Joyce had penned during his hapless stay in Rome, thinking of his half-real, half-remembered Dublin."

    Booking a Journey

  • In the latter melody, mostly stated by Mr. Monder, "I'll Remember April" seemed like an out-of-focus, half-remembered dream, but beautiful.

    The Jazz Scene: Hot Tones, Francophones

  • It's like an adult who is still raging about some half-remembered slight in high school.

    Boing Boing

  • Some half-remembered fragment of a story from graduate school days past (long past or recently past ...)?

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Some half-remembered fragment of a story from graduate school days past (long past or recently past ...)?

    Old English in New York

  • It makes entertainment out of the half-remembered faces of the men in a van who said, “Want some candy?” to a kid before he walked backward and broke into a sprint.

    Weekend Weirdness SXSW Review: Harmony Korine’s Trash Humpers | /Film

  • Above all, it worked because Asbridge struck a perfect balance between the broad-brush and the personal, with half-remembered names such as Godfrey of Bouillon and Raymond of Toulouse coming alive in the imagination if not on screen.

    TV review: The Crusades | Jonathan Meades on France

  • As he attempts to sort through his complicated and half-remembered past, Fisher discovers that the truth is harder to accept than the lies.

    Guilty Pleasures

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