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I can still remember every word of our conversation.
That was a beautiful summer, as I remember.
She remembers seeing him leave an hour ago.
I remember that I was really nervous on my first day at school.
I vividly remember the day we first met.
He can only dimly remember his grandparents.
We last saw them in November, if I remember rightly.
You got a taxi home, remember?
I can't remember her name at the moment.
She suddenly remembered that she was supposed to meet him after work.
Try to remember where you put the keys.
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the difference between how much money you get when you sell something and how much it costs you...
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