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memory lane

A set or series of memories of one's past life, likened to a roadway that one may visit or take a tour of. (Used primarily in the phrase "stroll/take a trip/walk etc. down memory lane.") My grandmother spends more time strolling down memory lane these days than conversing about the present. It was lovely finding our old photo albums and taking a trip down memory lane. To be quite honest, it's growing quite dull doing nothing but re-visiting memory lane when I get together with my high school friends.
See also: lane, memory
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Turning to a trip down memory lane between songs, Geri's departure was brought up, with Mel B lightening the mood with the comment: 'On my f***ing birthday, she left!' The show was hugely anticipated, and it proved to be the ultimate, fun-filled and feelgood trip down memory lane, with the theatrics, dancers and stagemanship seriously good quality.
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When strolling Memory Lane. Where long lost smells rekindle thought, imagination has been caught, back to the fore your childhood's brought.
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And they have won particular praise for their Memory Lane Communities, which help support patients with dementia and Alzheimer's by embracing their past through the use of memory boxes, photo albums and music.
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