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long-remembered

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  • In researching this article, I discovered the disquieting fact that my nomenclature was incorrect, and this long-remembered clambake—packed in dry ice and air-expressed all the way from Rockport, Maine, in a stove-ready, bright red lobster pot—was in fact not a bake at all, but rather a clam "boil."

    Happy as a Clambake

  • A new House speaker's remarks upon taking the gavel may be the ultimate in little-noted nor long-remembered speeches.

    Underwhelmed by Speaker Boehner

  • Super Bowl ads are widely noted but rarely long-remembered.

    In taking a stand, Tebow stands apart from peers

  • Whether our service be short-lived or long-remembered, this is a winter of reckoning and I come before you today not just to talk of the state of the state, but also of the state of our self-governance a fragile instrument of popular will that has become the will to be popular.

    In State of the State, Paterson Goes All-In, Again

  • Whether our service be short-lived or long-remembered, this is a winter of reckoning and I come before you today not just to talk of the state of the state, but also of the state of our self-governance a fragile instrument of popular will that has become the will to be popular.

    In State of the State, Paterson Goes All-In, Again

  • Suddenly, another equally quiet person is there, having entered their chat using a long-remembered secret code.

    Sufficient

  • And ofttimes, the best, most meaningful and long-remembered lessons are the ones we learn from doing.

    Science, Education & Society: Learn by Doing

  • And ofttimes, the best, most meaningful and long-remembered lessons are the ones we learn from doing.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • They stayed up too late, drank too much, fell in love and lust and all over a song that, if you heard it today, might make one or two people tap their feet, or smile – and a rare person sing along with well-worn and long-remembered words, but would send no one into a frenzy.

    Does the music just fade...or...??

  • He seemed for a time to be repeating long-remembered speeches and to have forgotten how completely British diplomacy had lapsed.

    The Shape of Things to Come

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