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place someone

to recall someone's name; to recall the details about a person that would help you identify the person. I am sorry, I can't seem to place you. Could you tell me your name again? I can't place her. Did I meet her once before?
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Headliner clips are placed around the inner roof area, and speaker brackets are put along the rear quarter panels.
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Patrick Goodwill of Plano, Texas, placed ninth, A classical pianist as well as a chemist, he developed a silicon-diamond sensor he believes could dramatically cut costs of detecting contaminants in semiconductor processing.
The FSR of A (Excellent) and the ICR of "a" have been placed under review with negative implications.
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Each ad comments on the surroundings in which it is placed.
He also placed third in the Chrysler Design Your Dream Vehicle competition.
Below are the names of San Fernando Valley students who placed first, second and third in the competition, which featured 15 categories ranging from physics and astronomy to microbiology and environmental science.
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