For another, we can remind ourselves how fluidly hate is taught, and how haltingly trust is restored.
As incumbent, Duncan is in a position to make handshake deals and remind the national committee of old debts.
She pulled her son aside to remind him that she was a single mother, in school, and raising two children.
Buckingham Palace has been quick to remind news organisations of this fact.
remind me again, how is that supposed to assuage the irritation of recently laid-off employees?
Shall I complain, or only remind you how all right and wrong is confused?
What was there in this cross girl to remind any one in his senses of Mrs. Evan Roberts?
I know that several of my readers may remind me of Sir Boyle Roche, whose bulls have become not only notorious, but proverbial.
When she spoke there was little to remind me of her momentary loss of self-command.
But I venture to remind you, also, of some other words I used at that time, and which I ask permission to read to you.