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to renew an image or thought in the mind

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Then the youth bethought him that he who does not use his luck when he has it is a fool, and that this was a chance which once lost might never return.
The boy, patterning his conduct after that of his preceptor, unstoppered the vials of his invective upon the head of the enemy, until in realization of the futility of words as weapons he bethought himself of something heavier to hurl.
Then I bethought me of my dear Madam Mina, and I was in terrible plight.
I assure you, my darling, that I almost shed tears when I read that Virin so took to drink as to lose his memory, become morose, and spend whole days over his liquor; as also that he choked with grief and wept bitterly when, rubbing his eyes with his dirty hand, he bethought him of his wandering lamb, his daughter Dunasha
Next, I bethought me, despite the earliness of the hour, of going to see Mr.
Hundreds of such messengers flew along the string, until soon he bethought him of writing messages on these papers so that he could make known his ideas to the kite.
When the brother heard of all this, and how a turnip had made the gardener so rich, he envied him sorely, and bethought himself how he could contrive to get the same good fortune for himself.
Desiring to classify her, Mary bethought her of the convenient term "egoist.
Arriving at the door, the Frenchman bethought himself of his travelling companion.
HROTHGAR, King of the Spear Danes, was a mighty man in war, and when he had fought and conquered much, he bethought him that he would build a great and splendid hall, wherein he might feast and be glad with his people.
Jos showed his sympathy by pouring her out a large cup of tea It was his way of exhibiting kindness: and he improved on this; he not only sent her breakfast, but he bethought him what delicacies she would most like for dinner.
Rebecca too bethought her that it was time she should go in and comfort her dearest Amelia.
Whiles I may scape, I will preserve myself; and am bethought To take the basest and most poorest shape That ever penury, in contempt of man, Brought near to beast; my face I'll grime with filth, Blanket my loins, elf all my hairs in knots, And with presented nakedness outface The winds and persecutions of the sky.
The context of infrequent sex led some young men and women in Addis Ababa to use ECs as their main method of pregnancy prevention, because they only need to bethought of and taken when sex has actually taken place.
I bleast me by my faith to behold him, and began to doout whither a waz a man or a spirite, and I ween had doubted me till this time, had it not been that anon I bethought me of men that can reason and talk with too tongs, and with two parsons at onez, sing like burds, curteiz of behaviour, of body strong, and in joints so nymble withal, that their bonez seem as lythie and plyaunt as syneuz.