She Matters is both a remembrance of vital friendships as well as a deeply absorbing portrait of the author herself.
Plus, read The Daily Beast's Mark Katz remembrance written just after his death last month.
But like remembrance of Things Past, the film has a beautiful but misleading title, because Stark is not a rebel without a cause.
As well as claiming co-authorship with Proust of remembrance of Time Past.
Enniskillen was the scene of one of the worst atrocities of the Troubles when 11 people were killed on remembrance Sunday in 1987.
Was this a mute evidence of the King's remembrance, or the fidelity of some old servants?
The majority were ruled by the remembrance of past injustice.
The remembrance of this dreadful time still survives among the populace.
She bit her red lip at the remembrance, and clenched her white hands.
No distortion of countenance, or aukward behaviour; no absence of mind; but to keep the Graces always in remembrance.
c.1300, "a memory, recollection," from Old French remembrance (11c.), from remembrer (see remember). From late 14c. as "consideration, reflection; present consciousness of a past event; store of personal experiences available to recollection, capacity to recall the past." Also late 14c. as "memento, keepsake, souvenir," and "a commemoration, remembering, ritual of commemoration." Meaning "faculty of memory, capability of remembering" is early 15c.
British Remembrance Day, the Sunday nearest Nov. 11 (originally in memory of the dead of World War I) is attested from 1921. A remembrancer (early 15c.) was a royal official of the Exchequer tasked with recording and collecting debts due to the Crown; hence also, figuratively "Death" (late 15c.).