I can set to work now to remember things I never remembered before, such as what I had to eat for breakfast this morning, and it can hardly be wholly habit that enables me to do this.
When we remember, the knowing is now, while what is known is in the past.
It never entered my head to attempt to attract attention, and I do not remember
anything distinctly after the sight of her side until I found myself in a little cabin aft.
I'll have to remember
hard to resurrect any beche-de-mer," Harley said, nodding approval of the suggestion.
Do you remember that first walk we took together in Paris?
I gave her a spray of lilac, I remember, and you gave her a franc.
And this is one of those gales whose memory in after-years returns, welcome in dignified austerity, as you would remember with pleasure the noble features of a stranger with whom you crossed swords once in knightly encounter and are never to see again.
As to the ship, I need not say that, although she was presently swallowed up in one of the blackest nights I can remember, she did not disappear.
I do remember it," cried Emma; "I perfectly remember it.
Elton was sitting here, I remember, much about where I am now.
The Chatterer came directly to the tree--I remember it was an oak tree--and began to climb up.
I remember, as my sobs died down, that I became interested in watching the strange light-effects produced by partially opening and closing my tear-wet eyelids.
I kin remember when she weared worsted boots," she cried.
I kin remember when she weared worsted boots an' her two feets was no bigger dan yer t'umb an' she weared worsted boots, Miss Smith," she cried, raising her streaming eyes.
After that, I remember
, I again staked two thousand florins upon twelve middle numbers, and lost.