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|It was a perfect dance because language barriers held us to simply hold hands |
and walk under the stars. ... Many of us still hold to moments such as this, our first
kiss, our first boyfriend, it is our photographs, these memories ... Still many of us
are social drinkers and can drink in this drug with moderation, abusing it only
briefly or walking away from it only temporarily. ... that you are reminded of the
euphoria romance creates, and with a hope that as women we connect in
|The memory does not in all men receive the impact of a mental decision as |
strongly or as clearly as it does an impact from ... the majority forget, happily, the
details, or as it were, methods of pain, but very few forget a temporary
disfigurement. You remember a tumour in the face, though long since passed
away, much more perfectly than the very acute pain of mumps ... A man resolves
to call at three shops during his walk, and aware of his forgetfulness, resolves
energetically that he will ...
|5-9 The narrator's praises mark his own indulgence; these are the longings of |
nostalgia, the articulation of memories that ... youth and beauty are not "stidefast";
transitory and temporary, they will disappear and, presumably, the woman's own
value ... some mediated by irony or deflected by humor — that operate in
connection with a cultural decorum that perpetuates ... Indeed it is difficult to
imagine how any reader of the ballades could walk away with the impression that
Chaucer is ...
|Whenever, however, you take up the doctrine of exposition, and hold up to his |
view a picture of himself, such as he is compelled to ... Now the frontway bursts
upon his view from the left — now upon the right — now it moves away, and ... the
portal, his imagination has compassed, and his memory has stored up, the
various aspects which the edifice presents. ... When they walked togetlier in our
lonely glens, with their black plumes mingling with their blacker hair, they looked
as though ...
|He stayed away from the Institution also the next day, but in the evening was able |
to receive a visit from the Rev. ... From Mr. L.\- croix we have received the
following account of it :— "You have been correctly informed: it was my privilege
to ... When this, however, eventually had proved the last occasion I had been so
favoured, I treasured up in my memory the things ... The associations which
produced this mood, however, were not connected with the beautiful scenery of
his native land, ...
|At the 60th anniversary of the organization of Christ church parish, Albion (|
Western New York), which was celebrated on July 31, the Sunday-school
presented a very beautiful solid brass and walnut prayer desk, in memory of the
late Bishop ...
John Albert Sleicher - 1876
|There be plenty of iolks roundabout that say he never married you at ill—the foul |
mouths ! ... The lawyer surveyed her fierce young beauty ind the white hands
which she flung out to him n scornful rejection of the money. ... The next moment
the lawyer was walking away 'rom the door of Midland Grange, under the dripiing
firs and the pouring Cornish ... his heart the dark memories of which l have
chronicled--the ghost which that clever actress had summoned up before nim—
and let into ...
|How was I going to raise these beautiful children in silence, without Daddy to |
make us real? Standing on ... A young fireman with close-cropped blond hair and
a baby face walked out of the firehouse. He asked ... a member of this company,
also died, and that he was temporarily working at this firehouse to honor his
memory. I couldn't speak and turned away, sobs wracking my body. I heard ... I
think everyone just wants to find a way to connect, to feel useful,” the young
fireman told me.
|Such are a few of the memories that linger about the ( uaint ... The long gallery, |
known as the library has memories of Addison, who is pictured walking to and fro
shaping his Rogersi whose seat is by InigoI and fashion, to which the fops and ...
|Mrs. Smith, I think you said your husband left you quite dependent on yourself at |
his death t" " My husband had but just begun his practice, ... leave the homestead
, John, you're twenty-one to-day, And the old man will be sorry, John, to see you
go away. ... My temporary home was within easy distance of the great green
cemetery, a favourite haunt of mine. ... I was passing down one of my favourite
walks one day when I heard, proceeding from a spot where the shrubs were well