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The piece, by Whitewater experts Jeff Gerth and Stephen Labaton is mostly a useful summary of old news, but there is new ground broken: the grand jury evidence includes 1) a document found last summer in a briefcase in Vince Foster's attic that impugns Hillary Clinton's account of how she came to represent James McDougal's Madison Savings and Loan, and 2) Bill Clinton's testimony that after the initial NYT articles on Whitewater he sent an associate to see McDougal: "And I might have asked him to, you know, talk to him and see if we could have no further damaging articles, but I don't rememberexactly what I said."
Emission Accomplished In horse country, everyone will always rememberprecisely where they were and what they were doing when they first heard the news that Cigar was shooting blanks.
If I rememberright, it had some sort of watercolor waterfall or river or something, and she explained that the idea "came to [her] in a dream.")
Though I'd had a very different childhood from Kazin and approached Manhattan from a direction completely different from Kazin's Brownsville, I rememberedvividly the sense of possibility the drive suggested.
He couldn't rememberanymore what it was like to love anyone, let alone love the people.
If I remembercorrectly I think being poor reduced the lifespan of the individual ten, and even possibly twenty years.
I can remembernervously asking Bob, as they carted him away in the ambulance, whether he still wanted the kite.
And the German Lambert, though unworthy of a biographical entry of his own in the four Anglophone dictionaries, is rememberednevertheless in their etymologies of the scientific unit, the lambert, that bears his name.
And as I say that, I rememberruefully that I was arrested four times in 1981.
Always rememberthough, what John Lennon wrote: 603478
And then he mused that he wouldn't call Stephen King a great writer in the same sense but would call him a great storyteller in the Dickens tradition (I am not using quotation marks because I cannot claim to rememberverbatim).
This means Bellow probably will be rememberedmostly, if not exclusively, for his literary output.
In recent years some of us have rememberedanew the stories the elders told us and have begun to pour through old books where the oral tradition history is recorded.
Isaac Asimov, in his futuristic Foundation Trilogy novels, imagined a thickly settled universe where the familiar "24-hour day" is an accepted convention, presumably based on the rotation of humanity's planet of origin--but where no one remembersany longer what the original planet was.
Presidents who do a good job are rememberedfavorably; those who do not are not.
I rememberfondly one I repeated frequently one summer as I hitchhiked up the Portuguese coast.