When you think of technology in warfighting you think back
on that day of Oct.
I always think back
to the derby match at Anfield a couple of seasons ago.
I think back
to these reminders and memories with fondness.
As I read your cover story I could not help but think back
to my own wedding on September 12, 1992.
IF Scotland's Euro 2004 squad are looking for inspiration for their play-off double-header with Holland, they need only think back
to Archie Gemmill's magnificent solo goal against the Dutch in 1978.
When I think back
, I realize what the problem stemmed from.
POLICE investigating the murder of Coventry grandad Joe Montague are urging neighbours to think back
over the last two weeks.
When the topic of rail spending is broached, most automatically think back
on the hundreds of recent articles and debates they have read or witnessed regarding light and commuter rail.
to the distrust about intelligence, particularly if you think back
to 2003 and WMD and all that.
All we need to do is think back
to the first time we played them this year (a 2-1 Galaxy victory featuring two late goals) because that's a game that we let slip away, and it was a terrible feeling for all of us.
I often think back
on these "prayer sessions" especially now that I'm writing poems as a way to redeem what's sacred in everyday life.
For anyone who thinks the hard work is done, then think back
to Partizan Belgrade.
If you think back
to last season, the Reds travelled to Elland Road for a potentially difficult fourth round tie with Leeds.
Odd, after all, it is to think back
to last December and marvel at how our obsessions then have become our smiles today, if they are remembered at all.
If you think back
four or five years ago, people wouldn't think in tones negative enough.