memorynoun

  • ja記憶、思い出
  • enthe power or capacity to remember, or something remembered

Examples

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1.
Her name's Ronni.
2.
She's a pet mortician.
3.
Sure.
4.
So how long you been...
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Remember when you were a little kid, I used to take you to the navy yard and show you the big ships?
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Since then?
7.
No, it's only been 6 years.
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I just wanted to put a nice memory in your head
9.
so you'd know that I wasn't always such a terrible guy.
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Mute
1.
Jake, what's happening?
2.
What is this ledge?
3.
You must have tried to escape out the window, and then your memory reset.
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Mute
1.
I'm just saying that you can't be sure that it wasn't you.
2.
That's ridiculous.
3.
Of course, it wasn't me.
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Marijuana is a memory-loss drug.
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- So maybe you just don't remember. - I would remember.
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Well, how could you if it just erased your memory?
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That's not how it works.
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Now, how do you know how it works?
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Mute
1.
Hi, I've lost my family.
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Where did you see them last?
3.
4.
I was looking for something and I —
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Okay, totally get it, date night.
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I suffer from short-term memory loss.
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It runs in my family.
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At least, I think it does.
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Where are they?
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Mute
1.
All right, here you go.
2.
- Yay! - What's that?
3.
Oh, it's called pon thwang.
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My mom gets it from an Asian health food store.
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What does pon thwang do?
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It "helps the brain focus and concentrate.
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Also improves alertness and memory."
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Mute
1.
- Did you go back and watch any of the movies? - I watched them all.
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To refresh my memory.
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And also pick up little tones of how they talked in those days.
4.
That style of acting is very different from the style of acting we have now.
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Mute
1.
All right.
2.
We'll go with 21 again.
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Good memory.
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And 11.
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That's my favorite number.
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Is it?
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- Yes. - Oh, my goodness.
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Oh, my god!
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- You did it! - Oh, my god!
10.
- I won! Oh, my god! - $25,000.