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No, no; I'd go hungry a little longer, before I'd part with that old relic—remembrancer of the proudest day of my life.
The observation is originally taken from the City Remembrancer, 133.
Britains Remembrancer, containing a Narrative of the Plague lately past.
This being the second remembrancer which Mr. Salomon sends me on the subject, I thought I had better let you know.
LIFE OF BEETHOVENANTON SCHINDLER
The King girded on the sword and gave him the kiss, but not the blow, for the Cid needed no remembrancer of his duties.
Oh, thou Santa Maria, thou famous remembrancer of the centuries!
Those who knew her best require no such remembrancer, and will be able, from their own observation, to supply its defects.
THE POWER OF FAITHISABELLA GRAHAM
That nonconformity will remain a goad and remembrancer, and every inquirer will have to dispose of him, in the first place.
ESSAYS, SECOND SERIESRALPH WALDO EMERSON
One of the main duties of the archæologist is thus lost sight of: his duty as Interpreter and Remembrancer of the Past.
THE TREASURY OF ANCIENT EGYPTARTHUR E. P. B. WEIGALL
I had a remembrancer within, which I did not presently know of.

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