selective memory


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Again, a selective memory, as it was Tony Blair and the UK who were the main antagonists, and what a legacy he has left.
PRESUMABLY John Brewin (Birmingham Mail letters page, January 2) has a selective memory, either by accident or design.
If Hef truly was confused as to why I left and forgot there was any fighting, he either had the world's most selective memory or thought talking down to his girlfriends and making them cry on a regular basis was normal," she (http://www.
I HAVE worked in the public sector for three decades and I would suggest that Dave Anderson has a somewhat selective memory on Labour's record in delivering public services (Letters, Saturday).
You cannot have a selective memory in the Senate,' said Sen.
Gone are the days when a 'victim' with a very long and selective memory dictates the outcome of an organization, school, or tries to decimate an individual's long standing career," Boccanfuso continues.
com, selective memory is "an ability to remember some facts while apparently forgetting others, especially when they are inconvenient".
And one of the greater joys of ageing - and this is well documented nowadays - is the cheerfully unconscious application of selective memory.
I assume that nowadays to become a politician it is a pre-requisite that you either have a very selective memory or an extremely poor recollection of events.
I do hope this is not selective memory brought in to wrestle the sanctuary that RAG has created away from nature that is thriving now the footfall has stopped.
He has selective memory, even more selective hearing, and smacks of Boris Johnson having been dragged from the electric chair mid-execution.

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