1 You may forget she's your kin but everybody else'll remember it.
2 You can go to the barbecue, remember that, and stay up through supper, but no balls until you are fourteen.
3 The rose organdie with long pink sash was becoming, but she had worn it last summer when Melanie visited Twelve Oaks and she'd be sure to remember it.
4 "I'll remember how beautiful this day is till I die," thought Scarlett.
5 Scarlett thought quickly but could remember no family in the County or Atlanta or Savannah by that name.
6 She tried to remember just exactly what she had planned last night to say to Ashley, but she couldn't recall anything.
7 Now he would hate her and every time he looked at her he would remember how she threw herself at him when he had given her no encouragement at all.
8 She had very little interest in Wade and sometimes it was difficult to remember that he was actually hers.
9 For a confused moment she tried to remember Charles' face--how he had looked when he slipped it on her finger.
10 Always remember I never do anything without reason and I never give anything without expecting something in return.
11 And anyway, I'd rather remember you saying good-by to me here than shivering at the depot.
12 The dim room swam with heat and pain and droning flies, and time went by on such dragging feet Scarlett could scarcely remember the morning.
13 And she could hardly remember him.
14 For a moment, stiffened by the cramped position in which she had slept, she could not remember where she was.
15 There had been none of his usual bluster and vitality, but at least he had told a connected story and now--now, he did not even remember Ellen was dead.