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reference to things past

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memory for experiences that are past

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And there, as they slowly paced the gradual ascent, heedless of every group around them, seeing neither sauntering politicians, bustling housekeepers, flirting girls, nor nursery-maids and children, they could indulge in those retrospections and acknowledgements, and especially in those explanations of what had directly preceded the present moment, which were so poignant and so ceaseless in interest.
A 1974 episode of "Rhoda" in which her character got married was watched by more than 50 million Americans, which The New York Times described as a cultural phenomenon in which "we got together as a nation, in anticipation and retrospection, to watch a marriage."
Having said so, 25 July was also a day of retrospection for the ruling party which assumed the mantle of glory on the slogan of change.
The meeting was for retrospection of the activities of the year 2018/2019.
Our concept of safety must draw its impetus from an honest retrospection of yesteryears, he said.
He advised the audience that our concept of safety must draw its impetus from an honest retrospection of yester years.
Had the PPP chief been against corruption, he would have emerged as national hero but he was now 'zero' , the minister said, suggesting that the people holding the march should do some retrospection. He termed the PPP leader's march stupidity.
However, he regretted that he was not allowed to stage such march via train in the past.Had the PPP chief been against corruption, he would have emerged as national hero but he was now 'zero', the minister said, suggesting that the people holding the march should do some retrospection.
Retrospection achieves little in life, but if we returned to the 1970s style of judiciary sentencing, our city, I guarantee, would not be a war zone of crime.
The statement read, 'In view of the political situation in the country presently, leaders of our great party, People's Democratic Party met to take a holistic retrospection on the journey so far and at the same time come up with appropriate measures to enhance the electoral fortunes of our party in Kogi State and Kogi West in particular.
In the sequence of wide-ranging and insightful readings he offers across Romantic-era visual arts (the panorama), lyric and narrative poetry (Wordsworth and Byron), novels (Austen), and epistolary correspondence (the Byron controversy), Galperin argues that the everyday is not open--paradoxically--to observation and that it becomes perceptible, instead, through forms of recollection or retrospection. Galperin derives his theoretical framework from a cluster of figures whose convergence is approximately familiar but whose collective relation to the idea of the everyday might be less apparent: Maurice Blanchot, Martin Heidegger, Henri Lefebvre, Stanley Cavell, and Paul de Man.
As we have stepped into 2018, our concept of safety must draw its impetus from an honest retrospection of yesteryear,' he said.
The report titled,Media Use in the Middle East, A Five-Year Retrospection, offers comparative data and a detailed analysis of the only longitudinal study of its kind in the region and one of the few in the world.
Besides Qatar, the retrospection covers Tunisia, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
To break the cycle of achieving everything quickly, we need to do some retrospection. We need to distinguish between things that are urgent and things that can wait to happen.