reminiscense

Related to reminiscense: reminiscence therapy
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reminiscense

n. memoria, recordatorio, reminiscencia.
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His books include The Rifle and Hound in Ceylon (1853); Eight Years'Wanderings in Ceylon (1855); The Albert N'Yanza Great Basin of the Nile and Explorations of the Nile Sources (1866); In the Heart of Africa (1886); Wild Beasts and Their Ways, Reminiscenses of Europe, Asia, Africa and America (1890); and True Tales for My Grandsons (1891).
Memory is a private preserve of reminiscenses often altered by time.
Thus, for sixty years the manuscript, originally titled Geschichte eines Deutschen: Die Erinnerungen, 1914-1933 ("A German's Story: Reminiscenses, 1914-1933"), lay in a drawer gathering dust until it was discovered after his death by Haffner's son, Cambridge Professor Oliver Pretzel, who, in 2000, had it published in Germany.
Years later, MacArthur noted in his autobiography Reminiscenses that this incredible order aimed "to neutralize Formosa, which in effect protected the Red China mainland from attack by Chiang Kai-shek's force of half a million men.
More an observer than an introvert, he kept few records and lived in his growing reminiscenses.
Making People Quiet" in the Pastoral North: Reminiscenses of Elsey Station.
Thursday, March 15: Friends of Winterbourne Gardens, talk, Winterbourne Half-Century: Reminiscenses of 50 Years' Work, by Mr Arthur Blaymires, School of Education, Winterbourne Gardens, Birmingham, 7.
Bianco constructs a literary expression, between Marcel Proust and Henry James, full of phylosophical reminiscenses and submitted, until now, to the list of kingdoms which create "the art of oblivion".
9:758; "Gaines' Reminiscenses," Alabama Historical Quarterly 26:3-4 (fall-winter 1964): 162; Ruth Tenison West, "Pushmataha's Travels," Chronicles of Oklahoma 37:2 (summer 1959): 162-74; Young, Notices, 16.