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When Kitti was alive -- and he remembered the pressure of her hand resting lightly on his arm -- she had been the center of his life.
" When I first saw the Ramones ", critic Mary Harron later remembered, " I couldn't believe people were doing this.
When estimating project times, it should be remembered that programming products ( which can be sold to paying customers ) and programming systems are both three times as hard to write as in-house programs.
When viewers realized that Willow was falling in love with Tara, Whedon remembered that some threatened to boycott the show, complaining " You made Willow a fag ", to which he responded, " Bye.
When once asked how he would like to be remembered, he at first answered, " Others will remember me as they will remember me ", but when pressed he replied, " I should like to have been killed in the war ".
When subjects were asked to recall the dreams they had read, they remembered more of the successful predictions than unsuccessful ones.
When many Hispanics protested that they were not offended, and fondly remembered Speedy Gonzales cartoons as a representation of their youth and nation's individuality, these shorts were made available for broadcast again in 2002.
Many of the songs from these shows are still sung and remembered, including " The Most Beautiful Girl in the World ", " My Romance ", " Little Girl Blue ", " I'll Tell the Man in the Street ", " There's a Small Hotel ", " Where or When ", " My Funny Valentine ", " The Lady is a Tramp ", " Falling in Love with Love ", " Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered ", and " Wait Till You See Her ".
When the people returned, they began questioning each other over the wreckage, until some of the people remembered that the youth, Abraham, had spoken of the idols earlier.
When Oisín returned to Ireland, he asked where he could find Fionn mac Cumhail and the Fianna, only to find that they had been dead for hundreds of years and were now only remembered as legends.
Jennie Tuttle Hobart remembered, " When this attractive young law student appeared in our home I, then a young girl in my teens, unexpectedly played a rôle of importance by losing my heart to him ".
" When asked how he'd like to be remembered, DeForest responded " Just being able to make people laugh and knowing people enjoyed my humor.
When a post office was located there in 1850, it is reported by the Okolona Area Chamber of Commerce that the postmaster of nearby Aberdeen Colonel Josiah N. Walton remembered an encounter with a Chickasaw brave while traveling in the area years earlier.
" When objects, people, places or situations are encountered with the limerent object, they are vividly remembered, especially if the limerent object ' interacted ' with them in some way.
When the people returned, they began questioning each other over the wreckage, until some of the people remembered that the youth, Abraham, had spoken of the idols earlier.
" She was also remembered as a heroine to Burton Cummings on his 1978 album " Dream of a Child " in the song " Dream of a Child ," including the lines " When I was a child, dreamed that Elvis Presley, was standing on the corner, kissing Brenda Lee ", and in the closing line, " I love Brenda Lee / Brenda Lee loves me / yeah ...".
When casting the role of Sidney Mussburger, " Warner Bros. suggested all sorts of names ," remembered Joel.
Their composition, " When the Kissing Stops " made it to the final eight, but although initially tempted, the group decided not to perform the number themselves (" We all agreed it would be better to be remembered as winners, and we couldn't bear to lose!
When the series was released on DVD, critics remembered it fondly.
Midler told Carson in an interview that she always wanted to move like the sisters, and Patty Andrews once remembered, " When I first heard the introduction on the radio, I thought it was our old record.
When Ingeborg Bachmann, with whom Celan had an affair, won the Group's prize for her collection Die gestundete Zeit ( The Extended Hours ), Celan ( whose work had received only six votes ) said " After the meeting, only six people remembered my name ".
When Níniel came to search for him, Glaurung with his last words undid his spell, and she remembered who she was and realized that Turambar was her brother.
When Laval was included in Pétain's cabinet as minister of state, he began the work for which he would be remembered: the emulation of the totalitarian regime of Germany, the taking up of the cause of fascism, the destruction of democracy, and the dismantling of the Third Republic.
When King John I, and a few years later, King Edward, died, the crown fell on the boy Afonso V, under the regency of the Queen, an Aragonese ; the people remembered 1383 and the civil war, and rebelled against the Queen.

When and might
When they reached their neighbor's house, Pamela said a few polite words to Grace and kissed Melissa lightly on the forehead, the impulse prompted by a stray thought -- of the type to which she was frequently subject these days -- that they might never see one another again.
When confronted with a drunk or an insane person I have no notion of what any one of them might do to me or to himself or to others.
When the hay wagon had gone, and an interval passed, a huckster's cart might turn the corner.
When the captives arrived in Boston, `` the chaplain ( of their captors ) went to prayers in the open streets, that the people might take notice what they had done in a holy manner, and in the name of the Lord ''.
When they got home Harold was grateful for the stillness in the apartment, and thought how, under different circumstances, they might have stayed on here, in these old-fashioned, high-ceilinged rooms that reminded him of the Irelands' apartment in the East Eighties.
When might Mary have had that moment to hold her child on her lap??
When I speculated on one such occasion that the new growth, like other mutations, might be unable to propagate, I was immediately accused of preaching racial prejudice.
When surplus land is not expensive to buy or to keep up, it is usually better to buy it than to buy so small an acreage that the development of adjoining properties might impair the residential value of the farm.
When a second quake came, they dashed back to the beach, fearing that they might be buried under landslides.
When he had closed the suitcase he found a rag and moved about the room, wiping carefully everything he might have touched.
( When you see him, you'll notice his habit of fingering, I might almost say, stroking a large mole with black hairs on it, by his right temple.
When the ambassadors of the Senate, entreating for peace, tried to intimidate him with hints of what the despairing citizens might accomplish, he laughed and gave his celebrated answer: " The thicker the hay, the easier mowed!
When the work was finished, the river was turned back into its usual channel and the captives by whose hands the labor had been accomplished were put to death that none might learn their secret.
When non-native speakers speak Hindi-Urdu, they might pronounce / व / in ' व ् रत ' as, i. e. as wrat instead of the correct vrat.
When in December 1978 there was media speculation that Prince Charles might marry a Roman Catholic, Powell defended the provision that excludes Roman Catholics from ascending the throne, claiming his objection was not rooted in religious bigotry but in political considerations.
The first mention of an arcological structure might be in H. G. Wells's When the Sleeper Wakes, published in 1899.
When the Governor saw that he was confessing his Christianity publicly, not caring what might happen to him, he ordered him not to show up in the city.
When the term is used in this sense, the brick might be made from clay, lime-and-sand, concrete, or shaped stone.
:" When the day for the assembly which was held in the town of Birka drew near, in accordance with their national custom the king caused a proclamation to be made to the people by the voice of a herald, in order that they might be informed concerning the object of their mission.
When g oscillates near a, then it might happen that no matter how close one gets to a, there is always an even closer x such that g ( x ) equals g ( a ).
" She summed up her driving work ethic, " I can say this: When I attempt anything, I have a passionate determination to overcome every obstacle … And I do my own work with a refusal to accept defeat that might almost be called painful.
When computer files contain information that is extremely important, a back-up process is used to protect against disasters that might destroy the files.
Egypt is identified in the Bible as the place of refuge that the Holy Family sought in its flight from Judea: " When he arose, he took the young Child and His mother by night and departed for Egypt, and was there until the death of Herod the Great, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the Lord through the prophet, saying, Out of Egypt I called My Son " ( Matthew 2: 12 – 23 ).
When asked by reporters at the end of a televised press conference to list one of Nixon's policy ideas he had adopted, Eisenhower joked, " If you give me a week, I might think of one.

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