well-remembered

well-remembered

adj (well remembered when postpositive)
recalled or having been recalled with affection, nostalgia, or vividness
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Not all the comrades he served with are as well-remembered as he is, but none of them should ever be forgotten.
"It is well-remembered that these series of killings in our streets were caused by the policies, directives, and pronouncements made by the President.
For years the venue was a premier nightspot until it closed its doors for the last time, but was well-remembered by regulars.
Freakish weather occurrences have been a well-remembered part of our collective life on this planet.
He is well-remembered for his leadership and partnership with the coalition countries that participated in Kuwait's liberation during the hardship endured by Kuwait following the 1990 invasion and occupation of Kuwait by Saddam Hussein's forces.
Starpacked with Ajay Devgn, Riteish Deshmukh, Arshad Warsi, its USP is the reunion of Anil Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit, who paired in a spate of well-remembered entertainers ranging from Tezaab (1988) and Parinda (1989) to Beta (1992) and Pukar (2000), to name a handful.
A few of our well-remembered politicians who were repeatedly reelected to public office never presumed to transfer the public trust they enjoyed to other members of their families.
At the same time, Francesca Murphy, who was in a succession of well-remembered local punk and alternative Cardiff bands such as The Cyderfex, French Lettuce and the wonderfully named Sisters Of Murphy, was sat in the Panorama pub on David Street, around the corner from Charles Street, sipping a pint with her then boyfriend, keenly anticipating the night's entertainment at the city's latest live music destination - The Venue.
Tyner posits that well-remembered sites are presented in order to serve the political purposes of the post-KR regime, whose leaders include both the Vietnamese invaders and their Cambodian collaborators.
With 22 portraits OFWALLACE included in the 500 items in the Stirling Smith collections which reference THEWALLACE story and the presence of THEWALLACE Monument since 1869,Wallace is well-remembered in Stirling.
A less well-remembered side of Kirk, his achievement as a writer of supernatural fiction, is celebrated this issue by Scott Beau-champ, who juxtaposes to the nihilism of Lovecraftian horror the undeniable Presence of the good to be discovered in Kirk's tales.