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Reminiscence dans une phrase (en anglais)

Is this a reminiscence of Margarete's Er.
I was travelling with my old reminiscence.
What first reminiscence had he of Rudolph Bloom (deceased)?
Verily, this is but a reminiscence to all the worlds:.
Then she turned back into her solitude and crowded reminiscence.
The General had embarked on a journey of reminiscence in his mind.
Yet for him to see such views could surely only be a visual reminiscence at best.

That morning service formed the brightest and most impressive reminiscence of Nekhludoff's after life.
This reminiscence became more complicated, however, when I reflected on last year, the Halloween before we were married.
All that there was left was something worthy of respect, something beautiful and sad, as a reminiscence, as the moonlight.
Anyone who wants and seeks to be upright will be affected when hearing this demonstration and thus it will be a reminiscence for him.
The strains of the polonaise, which had continued for a considerable time, had begun to sound like a sad reminiscence to Natasha’s ears.
The strains of the polonaise, which had continued for a considerable time, had begun to sound like a sad reminiscence to Natásha’s ears.
Anyone who has read The Heavenly Twins will doubtless find something to stir reminiscence in the intercourse between Lord Lane and the Boy.
Many of us have a tendency to romanticize the past, and when investors engage in such fond reminiscence, they often speak wistfully of Graham’s era.
No longer is Leopold, as he sits there, ruminating, chewing the cud of reminiscence, that staid agent of publicity and holder of a modest substance in the funds.
It was only in the innocent Epanchin household that it passed for a new and brilliant tale—as a sudden and striking reminiscence of a splendid and talented man.
But, unless the human spirit was determined to seeking the truth and desired, Voluntarily, to reach it and to be of its owners, neither reminiscence nor advice would profit it.
And then she was ashamed of her own thoughts—distressed that she had let the paltry reminiscence force itself into her mind; for great happiness should put us in charity with all.
Up to this time she had invariably done her best to cheer him—she was afraid of his looking melancholy; she would try singing to him, and telling him every sort of funny story or reminiscence that she could recall.
These sceptred dead, from whom not yet has the realm of empire departed! What with pleasant weather, beautiful scenery, romantic tales and historic reminiscence, the fatigue of travel and wear of speaking, were considerably lightened.
A faint allusion to the doctrine of reminiscence occurs in the Tenth Book; but Plato's views of education have no more real connection with a previous state of existence than our own; he only proposes to elicit from the mind that which is there already.
The reminiscence of the prophet's emigration still comes every year to remind us with Allah's favors and guidance to the chosen (May the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) and we celebrate by this emigration to remind ourselves that Allah always:.
How now in the contemplative evening of his days, the pious Bildad reconciled these things in the reminiscence, I do not know; but it did not seem to concern him much, and very probably he had long since come to the sage and sensible conclusion that a man's religion is one thing, and this practical world quite another.
Now, what are they? Men at all? or small movable forts and magazines, at the service of some unscrupulous man in power? Visit the Navy Yard, and behold a marine, such a man as an American government can make, or such as it can make a man with its black arts—a mere shadow and reminiscence of humanity, a man laid out alive and standing, and already, as one may say, buried under arms with funeral accompaniments, though it may be,—.
Have you never experienced for any one that sudden and irresistible sympathy which made you feel as if the object of it had been your old and familiar friend, though, in reality, it was the first time you had ever met? Nay, further, have you never endeavored to recall the time, place, and circumstances of your former intercourse, and failing in this attempt, have almost believed that your spirits must have held converse with each other in some state of being anterior to the present, and that you are only now occupied in a reminiscence of the past?
The expedition with which parties were formed for service; the rapidity of the frigate's movements, night and day; the hasty sleep, snatched at all hours; the waking up at the report of the guns, which seemed the only key-note to the hearts of those on board; the beautiful precision of our fire, obtained by constant practice; the coolness and courage of our captain inoculating the whole of the ship's company; the suddenness of our attacks, the gathering after the combat, the killed lamented, the wounded almost envied; the powder so burnt into our faces that years could not remove it; the proved character of every man and officer on board; the implicit trust and the adoration we felt for our commander; the ludicrous situations which would occur even in the extremest danger and create mirth when death was staring you in the face; the hairbreadth escapes, and the indifference to life shown by all—when memory sweeps along those years of excitement even now, my pulse beats more quickly with the reminiscence.

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