Then, if the boy has read a good many other books, he is taken with that abundance of literary turn and allusion in Thackeray; there is hardly a sentence but reminds
him that he is in the society of a great literary swell, who has read everything, and can mock or burlesque life right and left from the literature always at his command.
You remind me," pursued Major Fitz-David, shaking his head sadly, "of another charming friend of mine--a French friend--Madame Mirliflore.
When your husband was here to-day he took occasion to remind me that I was as weak as water in the hands of a pretty woman.
Not only their formation, but their situation and aspect remind
one of the terrestrial oceans; but again, as on earth, these seas occupy the greater portion of the globe.
And it never goes high up, or sharp, or squeaky, or scratchy, like some women's voices when they're mad, or fresh, or excited, till they remind
me of a bum phonograph record.
you of a placid rivulet, meandering smoothly through green pastures and shaded by pleasant trees, till at last it falls into the vasty sea; but the sea is so calm, so silent, so indifferent, that you are troubled suddenly by a vague uneasiness.
me of a very agreeable girl, whose mother lived in the Halles.
I've no desire to try," he said; "but he reminds
me very strongly of some one I knew in England.
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FAMOUS faces from TV took up position above the Gateshead Quayside to remind
viewers to switch to digital.
All the songs remind
me of the anticipation of being home.
Commissioner Lancaster also sent a warning letter to members of the sign industry to remind
them of the law and inform them of the Department's efforts to step up its enforcement regarding illegal signs on sheds.
Wads of gum we snip from hair, petrified graham crackers we find under cushions of the couch, remind
us that our children have more than enough to eat.
Again though, as Teresa and the author both remind
us: along the path to mystical prayer, there is no "quick fix" (or dry-eyed locutions), only the "gift of tears.
Such stories remind
us that amidst unspeakable evil there is overwhelming good.