But when the men of Opar had talked further about the matter, they recalled to mind
that this very man had escaped once before into the pits, and, though they had watched the entrance he had not come forth; and yet today he had come upon them from the outside.
Then I recalled to mind
that he had mentioned to us that his brother and he were twins.
Actually, the highlight of the day was watching you and Clive Crickmer down pints with hands held behind your back in a local pub!" That memory of Crickmer and me, two men misspending their middle age rehearsing the pranks of their equally misspent youths, recalled to mind
the 70s when men this young Journal reporter regarded as mentors left a massive mark on a future Mirror editor.
The strain Celtic were under was reflected in the bookings given out to Stephen McManus and Robson and the defending champions' day out in the Highlands was as problematic as every other that could have been recalled to mind
from the past so far as this fixture is concerned.
The death of Sir Edmund Hillary last week recalled to mind
his 1994 visit to the Worcester Foundation for Biomedical Research, as the speaker for the annual meeting of the Hudson Hoagland Society.
Your story about Charlie Wayman, pictured, who died on February 26, recalled to mind
the marvellous players who represented Newcastle United in the 40s and later and the enjoyment they provided.
When I cast my mind back over my various collections of recorded music and speech, I am conflicted with joy and sorrow over treasures lost and recalled to mind
Kevin Montgomery is not a name immediately recalled to mind
by country rock music fans.
Excuse this unseasonal introduction, but events in the Banks's Big City household this past week rather forcibly recalled to mind
my favourite London cabbie story.