Staring out over them, Lightsong suddenly remembered why he never felt any desire to return and inspect his troops.
The crux was it was a bit risky to bring him home as eventualities might possibly ensue (somebody having a temper of her own sometimes) and spoil the hash altogether as on the night he misguidedly brought home a dog (breed unknown) with a lame paw (not that the cases were either identical or the reverse though he had hurt his hand too) to Ontario Terrace as he very distinctly remembered, having been there, so to speak.
Like that immortal hero, she reposed awhile after the first attempt, which resulted in a tumble and the least lovely of the giant's treasures, if I remember rightly.
He remembered her vaguely, but he remembered her, and that was more than could be said for her.
But the former aspect of an intellectual and studious man, calm and quiet, which was what she best remembered in him, had altogether vanished, and been succeeded by an eager, searching, almost fierce, yet carefully guarded look.
I remember vividly the flickering light, his queer, broad head in silhouette, the dance of the shadows, how we all followed him, puzzled but incredulous, and how there in the laboratory we beheld a larger edition of the little mechanism which we had seen vanish from before our eyes.
I can barely remember her.
He said then he thought he was doomed; he had left a little something to his godson in his will, and he trusted Mrs. Osborne would remember him kindly and be happy in the marriage she was about to make.
The rays which stream through the shutter will be no longer remembered when the shutter is wholly removed.
Amidst it all he showed some trace of the pride later noticed in his daughter, and what he said of the child's paternity was remembered by many of his hearers years afterward.
I take so little interest in my daily life that I hardly remember to eat and drink.
I still remember it exactly,” the businessman began again, and K. immediately gave him his full attention, “when my case was as old as yours is now.
It is well known that material which is repeated several times is remembered more easily than that impressed but once.
If I remember correctly it contained no more than these words-- "Dearest Laura, Please come whenever you like.
The governor and his council faintly remember the pond, for they went a-fishing there when they were boys; but now they are too old and dignified to go a-fishing, and so they know it no more forever.
He will surely remember.
There was another pause, and presently Lord Stonehenge remembered an observation of his secretary.
I confess, I thought Elizabetha Prokofievna would very likely remember that I had written her a letter.
But the people remembered him lovingly, and said to one another: "Oz was always our friend.
I had an honest feeling of affection and admiration for her--I remembered gratefully that her father had been the kindest patron and friend to me that ever man had--I had felt towards her while I was drawing the settlement as I might have felt, if I had not been an old bachelor, towards a daughter of my own, and I was determined to spare no personal sacrifice in her service and where her interests were concerned.
The nearer he drew to her, the more fondly he remembered the story of the little Swedish singer.
You may possibly remember that you chaffed me a little, some hours ago, when the sun seemed on your side of the hedge, so you must not grudge me a little pomp and ceremony now.
Her voice was a whimper and I remembered the light chime of it instantly.
No sooner did Peter remember it than he heard the ticking.
STEPHEN: You remember fairly accurately all my errors, boasts, mistakes.
I went on shouting, I scarcely remember what,--that Moreau and Montgomery could be killed, that they were not to be feared: that was the burden of what I put into the heads of the Beast People.
Do you remember that precisely?
About biscuits he dimly remembered.
And would she remember him affectionately to Vesta?
BioChromatic Breath, she realized, thinking back a half-remembered lesson from her childhood.
When a remembered event has a remembered context, this may occur in two ways, either (a) by successive images in the same order as their prototypes, or (b) by remembering a whole process simultaneously, in the same way in which a present process may be apprehended, through akoluthic sensations which, by fading, acquire the mark of just-pastness in an increasing degree as they fade, and are thus placed in a series while all sensibly present.
And when I merely remember that I met a man, my memory may be very inadequate to my practical requirements, since it may make a great difference whether I met Brown or Jones.
It is clear that, in so far as the child is genuinely remembering, he has a picture of the past occurrence, and his words are chosen so as to describe the picture; and in so far as the hearer is genuinely apprehending what is said, the hearer is acquiring a picture more or less like that of the child.
He remembered keenly the wonderful days he had spent with her--the one significant night when she begged him to save her against herself.
Indeed, the Tin Woodman began to cry, but fortunately remembered that he might rust, and so dried his tears on Dorothy's apron.
All this I remember plainly: there is no confusion in my head yet.
Indeed, she remembers HELIOTROPE and CHRYSANTHEMUM more readily than she does shorter names.
“It’s called The Lass of Aughrim,” said Mr D’Arcy, “but I couldn’t remember it properly.
Firstly, in order to exercise mnemotechnic: secondly, because after an interval of amnesia, when, seated at the central table, about to consult the work in question, he remembered by mnemotechnic the name of the military engagement, Plevna.
Sometimes he thought of Judge Miller’s big house in the sun-kissed Santa Clara Valley, and of the cement swimming-tank, and Ysabel, the Mexican hairless, and Toots, the Japanese pug; but oftener he remembered the man in the red sweater, the death of Curly, the great fight with Spitz, and the good things he had eaten or would like to eat.
Still, he remembered Eugene pleasantly.
In my alarm, I started to sit up, but promptly remembered my state of undress and hunkered back under the water.
We have had great trials, and great persecutions, but however, at the same time, gratefully acknowledge many friends, yourself not the least among them, whose great kindness I shall always thankfully remember, as will Edward too, who I have told of it.
For with eyes made clear by many tears, and a heart softened by the tenderest sorrow, she recognized the beauty of her sister's life--uneventful, unambitious, yet full of the genuine virtues which 'smell sweet, and blossom in the dust', the self-forgetfulness that makes the humblest on earth remembered soonest in heaven, the true success which is possible to all.
So the young pair shook hands upon it, and then paced happily on again, feeling that their pleasant home was more homelike because they hoped to brighten other homes, believing that their own feet would walk more uprightly along the flowery path before them, if they smoothed rough ways for other feet, and feeling that their hearts were more closely knit together by a love which could tenderly remember those less blest than they.
She pondered over the problem until evening, deciding first that it was best to run away, but remembering painfully that she had told him where she lived.
The smaller human elements were kept out of sight; the pettinesses that enter so largely into all earthly living and doing were disguised by the accident of lover and loved-one not being on visiting terms; and there was hardly awakened a thought in Boldwood that sorry household realities appertained to her, or that she, like all others, had moments of commonplace, when to be least plainly seen was to be most prettily remembered.
Surprisingly, in view of theimportance the French authorities attached to the sites, Pengo remembers themas simple systems to get around in once they had been breached.
Remembering, sketchily, the main outlines of his recent scene with Porfiry, he could not help shuddering again with horror.
But presently I forget all of watching; and when I sudden remember that I watch, I find her lying quiet, but awake, and looking at me with so bright eyes.