1 Yes: Lily was beginning to remember.
2 I had a whole closet-full, I remember; and I can tell to this day what balls I got them at.
3 Now for the Trenors, you remember, he chose the Corinthian: exuberant, but based on the best precedent.
4 Ah, well, they wouldn't remember that; besides, it was the idea of the gambling debt that frightened Percy.
5 She did not quite remember what it was that she had been afraid to meet, but the uncertainty no longer troubled her.
6 When I was down at Tuxedo I asked a lot of people for next week, and I've mislaid the list and can't remember who is coming.
7 She took out her cheque-book to see if her balance was larger than she remembered, but found she had erred in the other direction.
8 Really, Lily, I don't see why you took the trouble to go to the wedding, if you don't remember what happened or whom you saw there.
9 You don't remember me," she continued, brightening with the pleasure of recognition, "but I'd know you anywhere, I've thought of you such a lot.
10 Lily could remember when young Silverton had stumbled into their circle, with the air of a strayed Arcadian who has published charming sonnets in his college journal.
11 She felt that the moment was tremendous, and remembered suddenly that Mrs. Peniston's black brocade, with the cut jet fringe, would have been hers at the end of the season.
12 She was a woman who remembered dates with intensity, and could tell at a moment's notice whether the drawing-room curtains had been renewed before or after Mr. Peniston's last illness.
13 I suppose," she rejoined, "that by a false position you mean one outside of what we call society; but you must remember that I had been excluded from those sacred precincts long before I met Mrs. Hatch.
14 It was the one subject which enabled him to forget himself, or allowed him, rather, to remember himself without constraint, because he was at home in it, and could assert a superiority that there were few to dispute.
15 Sometimes, when I felt real mean, and got to wondering why things were so queerly fixed in the world, I used to remember that you were having a lovely time, anyhow, and that seemed to show there was a kind of justice somewhere.
16 If these two factors seem incompatible to the student of feminine psychology, it must be remembered that Gerty had always been a parasite in the moral order, living on the crumbs of other tables, and content to look through the window at the banquet spread for her friends.
17 If Lily recalled this early emotion it was not to compare it with that which now possessed her; the only point of comparison was the sense of lightness, of emancipation, which she remembered feeling, in the whirl of a waltz or the seclusion of a conservatory, during the brief course of her youthful romance.
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