Eldad I can't remember her address no matter how much I try. CK I don't really remember very much about what happened. CK I don't remember having had any toys when I was young.
hjfgjhgf.co.vu/lujy-cisco-ip.php Scott Just remember I dropped everything to be here for you. CK Older people still remember the Kennedy assassination.
CM She doesn't remember how many plates we have to bring. CK He doesn't remember whether that room was empty or not. I just couldn't remember his name.
CM Remember that oversleeping is no excuse for being late. CM This series will be remembered for a long time to come. CK I remember being introduced to him at a party last year.
CK My memory failed me. I just could not remember his name. CM No matter how hard I try, I can't remember how to do it. Nero He was too drunk to remember to shut the back door. CK I don't remember when the first time I met him was. CK I may have read the novel, but I don't remember it.
CK I remember her face, but I don't remember her name. BraveSentry Tom doesn't even remember what happened last night. CK Tom probably doesn't remember what Mary looks like. CK A great man will be remembered for his achievements. CK Do you remember the first time you saw one of those? CK Do you remember what Cathy was wearing at the party?
CK Don't you remember how I told you it should be done? CK Every time I see this picture, I remember my father.
CK I can't remember the last time I ate with my family. CM I want you to remember exactly what you said to Tom. CK Please remember to mail the letter on your way home. But what of the science that shows we all remember things that didn't actually happen? How can those memories be things that "come back"? I don't have the definitive answer. Perhaps it's outside my pay grade. What I can say as a linguist, what is obvious even from the multiple etymologies, is that a word doesn't need to be an exact conceptual replica of what it's referring to. In fact it can't be, metaphysically speaking, or we would need a different word for the air or water in every different environment, since their elemental constituents are different, and we'd have far worse miscommunications than we actually do if I couldn't picture a green cup as a large, dark-green china object and still understand as "green cup" an object you bring me that's greenish yellow and comes from a dolls' house.
When we use language, we're individuals pooling our resources in a chorus of individual experiences.
If it's all one mind, perhaps everything gets there in the end. Written by Ela Harrison on Thursday, 05 March Ela is a wordsmith and herb lover who has lived in many places and currently resides in Tucson, AZ. Bringing something back.
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