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He recalls with a wry smile the wit who said, on returning from a homecoming reunion, that he would never go again because all his class had changed so much they didn't even recognize him.
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This statement recalls the 1959 Berlin crisis, when President Eisenhower first told reporters that Berlin could not be defended with conventional weapons and then added that a nuclear defense was out of the picture too.
A veteran diplomat with an extraordinary knowledge of Russian language, history and literature, Kennan recalls how, at the time of Hitler's attack on the Soviet Union in 1941, he penned a private note to a State Department official, expressing the hope that `` never would we associate ourselves with Russian purposes in the areas of eastern Europe beyond her own boundaries ''.
The roof's arched profile recalls the spine of a dragon with ceramic tiles for scales, and a small triangular window towards the right of the structure simulates the eye.
God's commission to Joshua in chapter 1 is framed as a royal installation, the people's pledge of loyalty to Joshua as successor Moses recalls royal practices, the covenant-renewal ceremony led by Joshua was the prerogative of the kings of Judah, and God's command to Joshua to meditate on the " book of the law " day and night parallels the description of Josiah in 2 Kings 23: 25 as a king uniquely concerned with the study of the law — not to mention their identical territorial goals ( Josiah died in 609 BCE while attempting to annex the former Israel to his own kingdom of Judah ).
He fortified the coast facing Ireland, and Tacitus recalls that his father-in-law often claimed the island could be conquered with a single legion and a few auxiliaries.
Presque vu is similar to, but distinct from, the phenomenon called tip of the tongue, a situation when someone cannot recall a familiar word or name, but with effort one eventually recalls the elusive memory.
He was baptized and instructed in the city, and lived in Palestine in 296, when Diocletian's army passed through the region ( in the Life of Constantine, Eusebius recalls seeing Constantine traveling with the army ).
The family was relatively poor, but Gaynor recalls the house being filled with laughter and happiness, and the dinner table being open to neighbourhood friends.
Alexander's background recalls the association of both Nimoy and Patrick Stewart with Shakespeare roles, as well as the film turn by Shakespearean Christopher Plummer as a Klingon.
::: The President of the People's Republic of China receives foreign diplomatic representatives on behalf of the People's Republic of China and, in pursuance of decisions of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, appoints and recalls plenipotentiary representatives abroad, and ratifies and abrogates treaties and important agreements concluded with foreign states.
Garret Rowlan, writing in The Cafe Irreal, writes that the malaise present in the work of the Italian artist Giorgio de Chirico, " which recalls Kafka, has to do with the sense of another world lurking, hovering like the long shadows that dominate de Chirico's paintings, which frequently depict a landscape at twilight's uncertain hour.
In his published Diary, Michael Palin recalls that during the filming of Monty Python's Life of Brian in Tunisia, Spike Milligan ( who happened to be there on holiday ) regaled the Pythons with his own version of the Dead Parrot sketch, but changed " Norwegian Blue " to " Arctic Grey ".
The Harris Papyrus which was found in a tomb at Medinet Habu also recalls Ramses III's battles with the Sea Peoples, declaring that the Peleset were " reduced to ashes.
Dawn ), with his inter-services and college friends, Musharraf recalls, " In the Line of Fire " published in 2006.
When the Ku Klux Klan marched down the street in front of their house, Parks recalls her grandfather guarding the front door with a shotgun.
On the commentary track for the Criterion Collection DVD, Bay recalls a time when he was preparing to leave the set for a meeting with the executives when he was approached by Sean Connery in golfing attire.
* Emperor Domitian recalls Agricola back to Rome, where he is rewarded with a triumph and the governorship of the Roman province Africa, but he declines it.
Co., 1907, see Chapters XIII and XIV ), gives a biographical sketch of Mazzini and recalls two meetings he had had with him when they were both in London in 1851.
Paul, in opposing his enemies in Galatia, recalls that John explicitly, along with Peter and James the Just, were referred to as " pillars of the church " and refers to the recognition that his Apostolic preaching of a gospel free from Jewish Law received from these three, the most prominent men of the messianic community at Jerusalem.
After his Neorealist Trilogy, Rossellini produced two films now classified as the ' Transitional films ': L ' Amore ( 1948 ) ( with Anna Magnani ) and La macchina ammazzacattivi ( 1952 ), on the capability of cinema to portray reality and truth ( with recalls of commedia dell ' arte ).
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Producer Ian Little recalls the sound Nick Rhodes came up with on his Roland Jupiter-8 keyboard: "... whenever I hear that steel-drum part it always brings a smile to my face because it's so out of tune.
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Paul recalls, " I remember seeing this guy up there on stage at Dallas Brooks Hall in the heart of Melbourne on his own with an acoustic guitar, a microphone, a razor sharp wit and songs that really went deep into me.
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A British writer, Richard Haestier, in a book, Dead Men Tell Tales, recalls that in the turmoil preceding the French Revolution the body of Henry 4,, who had died nearly 180 years earlier, was torn to pieces by a mob.
Mr. Sansom can be eloquent in a spectacular way which recalls ( to those who recall easily ) the statues of Bernini and the gigantic paintings of Tintoretto.
Jason's own name recalls a heroic seafarer in Greek mythology who was once voiced by William Shatner.
In his autobiography, " My Life ", Burt Reynolds recalls Lemmon as the quintessential gentleman who never spoke ill of anybody, even if they deserved it.
Sarah Jane Smith meets Bea Nelson-Stanley, an elderly lady suffering from Alzheimer's disease who recalls her husband describing the Sontarans as looking like potatoes and that they were " quite the silliest creatures in the galaxy ".
He recalls being approached by someone representing the Angry Brigade who wished to bomb the embassy ; he told them it was a terrible idea and no bombing took place.
In Hollywood, Jones met Elvis Presley for the first time who he recalls singing his song as he walked towards him on set.
Jean-Louis Barrault, later a major French director, was a pupil there at the same time and recalls Anouilh as an intense, rather dandified figure who hardly noticed a boy some two years younger than himself.
The central character is a playwright suffering from writers ' block who in his frustration recalls the foibles of Luigi Pirandello's Six Characters in Search of an Author.
Roche met with Bob Noyce, who expressed concern with the concept ; Frassanito recalls that " Noyce said it was an intriguing idea, and that Intel could do it, but it would be a dumb move.
However, the combination of elements recalls an infamous episode from Frobisher's 1576 voyage to Baffin Island and the tragic fate of an unnamed Inuit paddler who was lured aboard the explorer's ship, Gabriel, and kidnapped for transport back to England as proof of the expedition's success in reaching the New World.
This mythological account of his lover recalls Hesiod's account of Pandora who was decked out by the same goddesses ( the Graces, the Seasons and Persuasion ) so as to be a bane to mankind — an allusion consistent with Ibycus's view of love as unavoidable turmoil.
However, she preferred Château de Chenonceau and sold the property to the former owner's son, Philippe Hurault, who built the château between 1624 and 1630, to designs by the sculptor-architect of Blois, Jacques Bougier, who was trained in the atelier of Salomon de Brosse, and whose design at Cheverny recalls features of the Palais du Luxembourg.
The British historian Martin Gilbert believes that “ many non-Jews resented the round up ”, his opinion being supported by German witness Dr. Arthur Flehinger who recalls seeing “ people crying while watching from behind their curtains ”.
" My part was actually quite small in the script, but what seemed to be the important part to me was that I was the only one who wasn't swept along by Ferris ", recalls Jones.
It was at Stanway where he would meet future Blur guitarist, Graham Coxon, who recalls seeing him act and feeling that he was a " confident performer " as well as a " show off ".
Mrs. Ethel Slagle Pittman, who lived nearby, recalls several loud explosions, indicating that dynamite may also have been used.
Staff Sergeant Louis D. Kenneweg, who is admittedly uncertain in regard to the date, has not associated the incident he recalls with any specific flight.
As with the county, the name recalls the Catawba tribe of Native Americans, who once inhabited the area.