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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of remind.


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  • Something about her expression reminds me of Laurilee.


  • Sorry but that concept sounds just idiotic. betegesh the title reminds me of Sopranos....

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  • The title reminds me of Doctor A when he was missing in action last weekend.

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  • I forgot to say that crackpot Lebanese "presidential candidate"--whatever that means, but his title reminds me of Lyndon LaRouche here in the US--, Chibli Mallat, has been trying to meet with Hasan Nasrallah for 2 years now.

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  • The term reminds us of Babylonia, where the mercy-seat of the great temple of Bel-Merodach at Babylon was termed Du-azagga, "the holy hill."

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  • We hope his name reminds him to have a sense of humor. Chronicle

  • The title reminds me of one of my favorite rhymes;


  • The title reminds me of the first time I heard Evanier's name, watching the

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  • I always think of Finding Nemo when I listen to this one, which is obviously because the title reminds me of the forgetful blue fish in that film.

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  • Your title reminds me of Thomas Nigel's The View from Nowhere, a book "about a single problem: how to combine the perspective of a particular person inside the world with an objective view of that same world, the person and his viewpoint included" 3.

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