well-remembered

well-remembered

adj (well remembered when postpositive)
recalled or having been recalled with affection, nostalgia, or vividness
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The minister praised the author's documentation of 50 Bahrainis well-remembered both at home as well as in the Arab and Muslim world, including businesspeople, artists, athletes, social activists and religious figures all over Bahrain's regions.
Late Shaikh Zayed, like Lee, is well-remembered by frequently repeating that oil will one day deplete, but education will remain the pillar of the society.
Supergirl' is at its best when speaking about the human condition and how we treat each other, so it's a really special episode - hopefully one that is well-remembered.
We believe there is a great future for the Bearwood community that is different from now but will be grown from a beloved and well-remembered past.
But it has made me think how, for all the pack-leaders, there are so many hundreds of librarians, teachers, writers, critics, agents, publishers and so on who are not wholly forgotten but scarcely as well-remembered as they deserve.
WRIGLEY'S was a much-loved and well-remembered cafe in Huddersfield.
He said in that speech's well-remembered, now-haunting line: "To the Muslim world, we seek a new way forward, based on mutual interest and mutual respect.
If Keegan's rant live on Sky TV, including the now famous line: "I'd love it if we beat them", has been much-documented, maybe the circumstances are less well-remembered.
He is well-remembered in the North-east, having started his career as a graduate trainee at George Wimpey in Middlesbrough before moving onto the Sunniside Partnership in Sunderland.
Specifically, one would be hard-pressed to categorize this as either an autobiography--of Sattouf's conspicuously well-remembered youth--or as a biography, namely of the authors father, Abdul-Razak.
When I was coaching U-Tex against Toyota during that well-remembered championship series, the late commissioner Leo Prieto, whom everybody held in high esteem, called me to his office after the game.
Based on the book by Iain Banks, Bill was cast in 1996 as Kenneth McHoan, Joe McFadden and Dougray Scott's father in the well-remembered adaptation.