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Instead, they use the clever Bluetooth system that helps phones remember whom you were near without knowing where you were.

Ames and everyone else always remembered her name, remembered the names of her kids, and even let her pick up extra items when the family needed them.

Though they’re hardy, remember that they’re plants, so treat them gently like the sprouts that they are.

He normally remembers almost every play call from each game.

“I made it,” Isaiah remembered saying, the proudest moment of his life.

Sheppard remembers watching Avdija play a friendly against the Serbian national team in a not-so-friendly environment.

Her little 9-year-old spirit was relieved as long as I remembered to get the names and phone numbers of her close friends and their parents.

Tretheway’s narration is elegiac in remembering her mother — and steely as she reads the chilling transcripts of her mother’s telephone conversations with her killer.

Best audiobooks of 2020Katherine A. PowersNovember 19, 2020Washington Post

Addie navigates the world alone for 300 years, until 2014, when a bookstore employee named Henry remembers her.

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I think like most of those people we are going to be a footnote in history, but a footnote to a president who will clearly be remembered for decades to come.

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