I watched as each reached up to the press box, memento in hand.
They offered tea, a smoke, and an Egyptian flag as a memento.
He looks a bit like B̶r̶a̶d̶ ̶P̶i̶t̶t̶ Guy Pearce in memento at this stage.
Sandra McElwaine previews the loot, from a Cuban Missile Crisis memento to notes from the first lady.
When finished, it was added to my collection, a memento of the shocking sight I beheld at Forton Prison.
On the face of a rich man's heir is written the rich man's memento mori!
As a memento of his friendship he gave the young preacher the commencement of John's Gospel.
"I want this stick as a memento of him," answered the gentleman, sweetly.
The Government drew upon me for it, and the draft for a million and a half is kept as a memento.
"Then it is only a memento," I stammered, with very evident feeling.
c.1400, "Psalm cxxxi in the Canon of the Mass" (which begins with the Latin word Memento and in which the dead are commemorated), from Latin memento "remember," imperative of meminisse "to remember, recollect, think of, bear in mind," a reduplicated form, related to mens "mind" (see mind (n.)). Meaning "reminder, object serving as a warning" is from 1580s; sense of "keepsake" is first recorded 1768.
"reminder of death," 1590s, Latin, literally "remember that you must die."