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Memento dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. Memento mori, said these glances.
  2. It’s a wonderful memento, he said.
  3. I slipped it my pocket as a memento of my time here.
  4. Something like a memento would have been all it took for me to.
  5. For every bad relationship, there is a memento, gathering dust in a corner.

  6. Reese’s only memento from his beloved mother was now entrusted to her care.
  7. It was the last shard of sanity she had, and the only memento she could carry.
  8. Though Marilyn found the letter very upsetting, she would keep it as a memento.
  9. And it certainly would have been a grand memento of the Grandest Gongo of them all.
  10. The memories of the trip itself will prove to be a valuable memento to the retiree.
  11. These days it only plays about half the songs on it but its more of a memento now then a cd.
  12. By the window, sitting on a wooden tripod stool, was the most gruesome memento of all: a mummy.
  13. As a memento of our visit we smashed the monitor screens and snipped through non-electric wires.
  14. The Cossack general at once pulled it off and offered it to Murat as a memento of the interview.
  15. But before doing so, they thought they’d leave behind this time capsule memento, a memorial or eulogy of sorts, to their home world.

  16. Sancho begged the duke to let them leave him the robe and mitre; as he wanted to take them home for a token and memento of that unexampled adventure.
  17. In the car back to the hotel, I looked down at the signed eight-by-ten that Charlie had given me as a memento, along with a stack of his more recent solo releases.
  18. The scurrying of sharp little claws on flagstones was a reminder of life and the slightest feather touch of frayed rags on his bare legs was a breath of civilisation, a small memento of his humanity.
  19. And the lock of hair--that too I had always carried about me in the same pocket-book, which was now searched by Madam with the most ingratiating virulence,--the dear lock--all, every memento was torn from me.
  20. When you are at Madagascar, or at the Cape, or in India, would it be a consolation to have that memento in your possession? or would the sight of it bring recollections calculated to enervate and distress?
  21. And the lock of hair—that too I had always carried about me in the same pocket-book, which was now searched by Madam with the most ingratiating virulence,—the dear lock—all, every memento was torn from me.
  22. We have lots of signed posters and other things we can give you as a memento of your encounter with the band, but for now if you will excuse us, I’m sure you’ll understand that Joel and I have a deadline to make.
  23. Know that I enclose this small Memento as but a Token of my fiery Passion for you, and also as but a modest Harbinger of the Riches that may be yours, if you will agree to let me care for you as befits your Splendour in the Arts of Love.
  24. But Colonel Schilling, whose staff at the Payerne air base had looked after him so well, had not let him go without marking his departure with a special lunch in the officer’s mess, when he was presented with a mounted plaque of the air base coat of arms as a memento.
  25. The scene-painter was gone, having spoilt only the floor of one room, ruined all the coachman's sponges, and made five of the under-servants idle and dissatisfied; and Sir Thomas was in hopes that another day or two would suffice to wipe away every outward memento of what had been, even to the destruction of every unbound copy of Lovers' Vows in the house, for he was burning all that met his eye.

  26. The scene-painter was gone, having spoilt only the floor of one room, ruined all the coachman’s sponges, and made five of the under-servants idle and dissatisfied; and Sir Thomas was in hopes that another day or two would suffice to wipe away every outward memento of what had been, even to the destruction of every unbound copy of Lovers’ Vows in the house, for he was burning all that met his eye.
  27. You may know that she didn’t let me carry much of my meager possessions as she wanted to have them as keepsakes! When her promised memento was not forthcoming even as I was all set to go, I went on reminding her about it and she kept on telling me that I hadn’t gone still; and as I was about to board the city-bus at their gate to reach the railway station, she took my hand and planted a kiss on it; as our moist eyes blurred our vision, I waved at her as much in sorrow as in joy but she was seemingly immobilized for any reciprocation.
  28. Fanny felt that she must; and though she had not waited for that sentence to be thinking of Edmund, such a memento made her particularly awake to his idea, and she fancied him sitting in that room again and again, perhaps in the very spot where she sat now, listening with constant delight to the favourite air, played, as it appeared to her, with superior tone and expression; and though pleased with it herself, and glad to like whatever was liked by him, she was more sincerely impatient to go away at the conclusion of it than she had been before; and on this being evident, she was so kindly asked to call again, to take them in her walk whenever she could, to come and hear more of the harp, that she felt it necessary to be done, if no objection arose at home.

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