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I remember him pointing out of the window and saying that he wished he could live to see another spring but that he wouldn't.
from Brown Corpus
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I and remember
You probably would not remember, since you never seemed to remember even the same moments as I, much less their intensity, one sunny midday on Fifth Avenue when you had set out with me for some final shopping less than a week before the wedding you staged for me with such reluctance at the Farm.
When I returned to make my report, the Hetman did not remember having sent me on the secret mission.
I remember one day when Mr. Hearst ( and I never knew why he liked me, either ) sent the Hetman a telegram: `` Please find some more reporters like that young man from Denver ''.
After they had paid all his debts and the funeral costs, Ralph and Fred had some fourteen thousand dollars, as I remember, with which to pay the bequests.
I have known some men and women who said that the selves they are told about or even remember seem utter strangers to them now ; ;
I would, however, like to suggest that, wrong though I may be, the tendency to see dilemmas rather than solutions is one of which I have been a victim ever since I can remember, and therefore not merely a senile phenomenon.
I and him
Once, pressing him, I learned that his job was only part-time, in the afternoons when nothing went on in the hall.
At last, when I put it to him directly, the clerk was forced to admit that the delay in my case was unusual.
When I asked him what, if anything, I could do about it, he surprised me by referring me to the director of the hall.
I was at once disappointed, although just what I had expected him to look like I could not have explained.
Donald Kruger would like nothing better than to hold him as hostage, and I wouldn't entrust a snake to his tender care.
I heard o' Texas cattlemen wrappin' a cow thief up in green hides and lettin' the sun shrink 'em and squeeze him to death.
`` So help me, Crouch, I'd like to kill you where you stand, but, before I do, I'm going to hear you admit killing him.
I didn't get a good look at him at all, his back was to me, and I was so scared It was just somebody in a man's suit.
I and pointing
They have indicated the direction but they have not been explicit enough, I believe, in pointing out Faulkner's independence, his questioning if not indeed challenging the Southern tradition.
For example, one hebephrenic man used to annoy me, month after month, by saying, whenever I got up to leave and made my fairly steoreotyped comment that I would be seeing him on the following day, or whenever, `` You're welcome '', in a notably condescending fashion -- as though it were his due for me to thank him for the privilege of spending the hour with him, and he were thus pointing up my failure to utter a humbly grateful, `` thank you '' to him at the end of each session.
I was careful to keep my feet, the seat of the least worthy spirits, from pointing at anyone's head, where the worthiest spirits reside.
* low-bandwidth I / O buses of various sorts ( for pointing devices such as mice, keyboards, USB, etc.
After recovering, he continued to blow glass until he dislocated his right shoulder in a 1979 bodysurfing accident. No longer able to hold the glass blowing pipe, he hired others to do the work ; Chihuly explained the change in a 2006 interview, saying " Once I stepped back, I liked the view " and pointing out that it allowed him to see the work from more perspectives and enabled him to anticipate problems faster.
In state I, the electron has spin pointing upward along the z-axis (+ z ) and the positron has spin pointing downward along the z-axis (− z ).
I must have been crazy ; I should have answered the question by reframing it and pointing out the inherent flaws in the premise behind it.
With regards to the oaths I have taken to the emperor, I will avoid perjury by pointing out to the emperor what he has done against the unity and peace of the Church and his kingdom.
At the book's end, I have a section pointing this out by telling what happened after the war, which was an attempt to pose the question, ' What was it all for?
He once worked as a door-to-door vacuum cleaner salesman, during which time he sold a vacuum cleaner to the writer Aldous Huxley at his home in Llano, pointing to it and declaring, " Well I assure you sir, this thing sucks.
Many young women's hands would be incapable of doing what I see there ,' said the Prince, pointing to Mme de Villeparisis's unfinished watercolours.
After publishing a paper pointing out the advantages of direct communication between Russia and China by Cape Horn and the Cape of Good Hope, he was appointed by Tsar Alexander I to make a voyage to the east coast of Asia to endeavour to carry out the project.
The first reinvented show is also their last, as Wayne holds up a series of cards with questions on the front and, unknowingly to Vanderhoff, insulting phrases on the back such as " Sphincter Boy " ( with an arrow pointing at Vanderhoff ), " He blows goats ... I have proof " and " This man has no penis ", prompting Benjamin to call Wayne up to the control booth and fire him on the spot.
Baldwin's residence in France resulted in his pointing out the urgency of American non-neutral support for his new hosts on the French battlefields of World War I.
; c. 475 BC: Often associated with Xerxes I of Persia, Queen Esther revealed her identity to the king and began to plead for her people, pointing to Haman as the evil schemer plotting to destroy them.
At Hampton Court, Brown encountered Hannah More in 1782 and described his " grammatical " manner in her literary terms: "' Now there said he, pointing his finger, ' I make a comma, and there ' pointing to another spot, ' where a more decided turn is proper, I make a colon ; at another part, where an interruption is desirable to break the view, a parenthesis ; now a full stop, and then I begin another subject '".