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ree mahynd

  • v  put in the mind of someone
  • v  assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned

  • Tyra and I could always be goofy together and remind each other that, hey, this is fashion, not life or death.
  • Headlines of layoffs and bankruptcies remind Japanese men so incessantly of their shortcomings that even alpha males are dizzy with self-doubt.
  • Salgado's images are successors to the lost tradition of history painting, They remind us that battlefields are mostly piled with civilian casualties, that the developed world, so .
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  • Bobby Rush in ABC News
    With Obama's election to the presidency, Rush said, "Let me just remind you that there presently is no African-American in the US Senate."
  • Barack Obama in The Hill
    To my progressive friends, I would remind you that for decades, the driving idea behind reform has been to end insurance company abuses and make coverage affordable for those without it,Obama said. "The public option is only a means to...

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