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a phrase that introduces a reminder. (A little haughty or parental.) Bill: Need I remind you that today is Fri-day? Bob (sarcastically): Gee, how else would I have known? John: Need I remind you of our policy against smoking in the office? Jane: Sorry, I forgot.
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remind someone about someone or something

to cause someone to remember someone or something. Will you please remind me about Fred? He's coming to visit next week. I will remind you about your appointments for today.
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remind someone of someone or something

to bring a memory of someone or something into someone's mind. You remind me of my brother. The happy song reminded us of our cabin on the lake.
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remind of

1. To cause someone to remember something; bring to someone's mind some thought or memory: Your story reminds me of the time I went to Texas.
2. To appear to someone to resemble something or someone else: That woman reminds me of my mother.
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THANK you, David Yorath, for reminding me of Billy Rees, the Cardiff City footballer whose name had escaped me (Feedback, April 29).
left him," I say, reminding her she's better off without him.
com, a new service website geared toward the busy professional, businesses and individuals, provides professional reminding services via email and telephone reminders for its site users' most important events.
As part of the Fireworks and Bonfires Ruin Lives in a Flash campaign, Northumbria Police is reminding retailers of their responsibilities.
First, he'd be great at it, reminding American football fans of the skill of the top soccer players, and second, the international media crush would be insane, reminding NFL fans of soccer's scope.
Instead, Stone's achievement is in reminding all of us that there are real heroes all around, people who will gladly risk their lives so that others may live.
Indeed, I often tweak colleagues who are ensconced in "religious studies" faculties, reminding them that as a Catholic priest (and so a "professionally religious" person), I usually find religion quite boring, whereas I find God infinitely interesting, so much prefer a home in a Theology rather than Religious Studies department.
In fact, when the good Lord said, "Blessed are the poor," I think he was reminding us of God's priorities.
When Catholic churches in our area started adding big fonts and pools for Baptisms, those more abundant waters began reminding me not only of being Catholic but of being Christian, too, joined to those Baptists and Pentecostals who went down to the Little Pigeon River on Easter Sunday to get baptized--often more than once--as well as those stodgier Episcopalian and Presbyterian types, who didn't think splashing was something one ought to do at church.
If one needed any reminding of those protectionist risks, one only need look to the strong support Chuck Schumer (D-NY) receives in the U.
God's authority links these two readings, reminding us in whose name all authentic ministry is done in Scripture.
As part of National Consumer Week, the officers will be reminding people to stay safe at home and also giving tips on spotting rogue traders.
Besides reminding us that Foucault had a free-floating affection for martyrs, driven, Afary and Anderson claim, by his psychologically suspect fascination with death, the authors also seek to understand what led Foucault to ignore some of the Islamists' less endearing beliefs--for instance, that homosexuals should be executed and that women should submit to men.
After reading Rosie O'Donnell's "For the Love of Pat" [R Family, September 14], I wanted nothing more than to give her a great big hug--partly to comfort her because she has experienced such significant loss, and partly to thank her for reminding us all of what really matters.
to] keep reminding students of the profession's responsibilities' and how a new vernacular aesthetic grew out of this context.