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  • I can also remember the moment I decided to make music my life.
  • This is unlike others who usually remember their lines from a film even years later.
  • The title song may be the best-remembered part of the film.
  • She does not quite remember who she is and what she is supposed to do.
  • I do not remember just what was said as to John leaving.
  • These could be easily recognized at a long distance and could be easily remembered.
  • The bank was busy and no one could remember anything specific about the person.
  • He tells Earl that he does not remember where he attended high school.
  • Eventually, the network provided original programs that are still remembered more than fifty years later.
  • He often does not remember which time period he has travelled nor the reason why.
  • Most of these men are remembered in the name of the streets of the town.
  • Often people do not remember what occurred during this time.
  • I remember I said, that was impossible because my father was dead.
  • Often people do not remember what happened during this time.
  • Remember the country and the age in which we live.
  • I was only four years old then, but I can clearly remember it all.
  • I can remember lying there with all this firing going over my head.
  • I remembered right there and then how much I loved that album.
  • An individual does not remember exactly everything that has happened in one's past.
  • Will you remember a single moment of it five minutes after you've watched an episode?
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Meaning of remember

  • verb Recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection
    I can't remember saying any such thing, I can't think what her last name was, can you remember her phone number?, Do you remember that he once loved you?, call up memories
  • verb Keep in mind for attention or consideration
    Remember the Alamo, Remember to call your mother every day!, Think of the starving children in India!
  • verb Recapture the past; indulge in memories
    he remembered how he used to pick flowers
  • verb Show appreciation to
    He remembered her in his will
  • verb Mention favorably, as in prayer
    remember me in your prayers
  • verb Exercise, or have the power of, memory
    After the shelling, many people lost the ability to remember, some remember better than others