never-forgotten love



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  • Moreover, research has shown that memories of abuse "recovered" in therapy are far less likely to be corroborated by third parties, or other evidence, than abuse memories recalled later in life outside of therapy, or never-forgotten abuse memories.

    Memory Myths

  • The article, "Obama's Vietnam," disclaims at the outset that Afghanistan-as-Vietnam is a bad analogy, and, without a hint of irony, goes on to argue that Afghanistan is indeed becoming an "eerie echo" of our never-forgotten war in Asia.

    Ashley Rindsberg: Spinning the War in Afghanistan

  • An irresistible smile shining out of a never-forgotten night.

    The Redleys

  • It was a never-forgotten promise, whispered along generations, a Promise of the Almighty to His People, a Grand Deed signed in heaven, irrevocable, ad infinitum.

    A Whisper of Love

  • And above all the daughters of men have no greater beauty than those you first meet in that never-forgotten land.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • I have been, in my time, belated on miry by-roads, towards the small hours, forty or fifty miles from London, in a wheelless carriage, with exhausted horses and drunken postboys, and have got back in time for publication, to be received with never-forgotten compliments by the late Mr. Black, coming in the broadest of Scotch from the broadest of hearts I ever knew.

    Speeches: Literary and Social

  • Their plight is a metaphor for Ireland itself, a tribal land entangled in the choking vines of the increasingly distant but never-forgotten past.

    Small Is Beautiful

  • It wasn't that inspiring overall -- certainly not as impressive as the never-forgotten year we got into the Angel & Greyhound meadow and climbed up the bridge that way they hadn't stopped people from standing on the bridge itself at that point.

    Hooray, hooray, the first of May...

  • The person holding up the sign was Martha Nell Smith, one of our foremost Dickinson scholars and a never-forgotten mentor of mine in graduate school.

    If You Want a Culture War, Bring … It … On |

  • She felt his arms ease, and his hands slide down, over her back, down over her hips to grip her bottom; he drew her closer still, molding her to him, suggestively provoking, evoking again that never-forgotten heat.

    A Lady of His Own


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