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From the movie Memoirs of a Geisha. De la Pelicula Memorias de una Geisha.
21 Feb 2007
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A game of Memoir 44 between Brad Alguire and James McKenzie. Starring Brad Alguire. Shot by James McKenzie
2 Sep 2007
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Tom Vasel reviews Memoir '44: Mediterranean Designed by: Richard Borg Published by: Days of Wonder for more info, check out my website, www.thedicetower****, or subscribe the videos here: *******thedicetower.libsyn****/rss
27 Nov 2008
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Tom Vasel reviews Memoir '44: Operation Overlord Designed By: Richard Borg Published By: Days of Wonder Designed By: Richard Borg Published By: Days of Wonder
9 Feb 2009
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Memoir '44: Hedgerow Hell is reviewed by Tom Vasel Designed By: Richard Borg Published By: Days of Wonder for more info, check out my website, www.thedicetower****, or subscribe the videos here: *******thedicetower.libsyn****/rss
8 Dec 2008
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Noah gets his hands all over the T-Mobile Samsung Memoir, an 8 megapixel cameraphone with a full touchscreen and 3G connectivity. Marvel at the Xenon flash, be amazed by the 720x480 video capture, and astound yourself to the TouchWiz UI and full HTML Web browser. Live from Barcelona, Baby. M O R E MWC 2009 *******www.phonedog****/tags/mwc+2009.aspx
15 Feb 2009
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Tommy Parker - Tim Finley - Memoirs Of A Medicated Child
18 Feb 2009
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3 Mar 2009
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Author/editor Marla Miller addresses writing memoirs at the Southern California Writers' Conference.
31 Mar 2009
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Tom Vasel reviews Memoir '44: Campaign Book To buy the game, *******tiny.cc/memoircampaign To subscribe to videos, click *******tiny.cc/dtv979
15 Apr 2009
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*******www.touchscreencellphones****/samsung-memoir/ If you don't mind the price, the Samsung Memoir lives up to its promise as a top-notch camera phone.
26 May 2009
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Tom Vasel reviews Memoir: '44: Tigers in the Snow, from Days of Wonder To buy the expansion, go to *******alturl****/dck2 To subscribe to videos, click *******tiny.cc/dtv979
30 May 2009
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Memoirs of a Fox Editor: L4ZYCH1LD Anime: Kanon (2006) Characters : Makoto Sawatari Yuuichi Aizawa Artist: Avril Lavigne Song: When You're Gone -- Disclaimer: This video is fan made, and I am not making any profit. I do not own the anime clips or the song I used, they belong to their rightful owners/companies. -- direct download and edited version *******www.animemusicvideos****/members/members_videoinfo.php?v=147503 ---------- from en.wikipedia**** Makoto is a young girl who attacked Yuichi Aizawa suddenly in the middle of town early on in the story, though so weakly he was able to defeat her by simply extending his arm out. She is carried back to Yuichi and Nayuki Minase's house where she lives as a guest for the remainder of her story. Despite having lost her memories, she remembers what her name is and is sure that she holds a grudge against Yuichi from the past when he visited the city back when he was younger. Makoto's amnesia, or memory loss, is much more severe than Yuichi's or Ayu Tsukimiya's, but from an entirely different source. She feels sad that pets sometimes are abandoned when their owners cannot take care of them. Due to this attitude, it takes her a while to warm up to a stray cat she finds halfway through her story which Yuichi later names Piro. Makoto is shown to love Piro very much and often carries the cat around on her head. Makoto can be clueless about things that people her age should know, such as the fact that she can buy her own pork buns and manga; Yuichi had commented once how she lacked common sense due to a lack of social experience. Like Ayu, she too has an idiosyncratic expression, "Aū" (あうぅ?), which she says when she is frustrated or sad; likewise, it has no real meaning. Another unique speech pattern of hers is that she always refers to herself in the third person. Near the end of her story, Makoto starts to wear two bells around her right wrist and enjoys the sound they make. From early on, it becomes obvious that Makoto has a mischievous personality, which leads to her performing various pranks. These are done exclusively on Yuichi because of her strong dislike for him, something she constantly reaffirms. Her persistent attempts at pranks on Yuichi vary in severity, such as simply dropping food on him or once even throwing lit firecrackers in his room. However, he manages to turn each prank back on her, which makes her all the more determined to successfully prank him. As time passes and Makoto begins to feel more as a member of the Minase family rather than a stranger, she honestly grows to like Yuichi, effectively looking beyond her latent distaste for him. Soon after her attitude change, she starts weakening and eventually becomes incapable of communication because her wish to be at Yuichi's side would only last for a short period of time. Makoto falls in love with Yuichi and says she wants to be his bride and stay with him forever. At the end of her story, after she and Yuichi have been "married", she disappears in front of Yuichi, and is presumed to have died. Makoto is in fact not a human being but instead a fox that Yuichi found ten years prior to the beginning of the Kanon story. Yuichi first found Makoto, then a young fox, injured on Monomi Hill and he took the fox back and kept it in his room for the rest of the summer. One day, Yuichi tells the fox about an older girl that he had a crush on named Makoto Sawatari, which is where Makoto's name is derived from when the Kanon story is just beginning. At the end of summer break, Yuichi takes the fox back to the hill, and he runs away soon after releasing her, leading her to be angry with Yuichi. With her desire to see Yuichi being so strong, her wish was granted at the cost of her memories and later her life. The two later reunite after the fox transforms into Makoto near the start of Kanon
7 Dec 2009
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Kao Kalia Yang's first book, "The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir," is available from Coffee House Press. She was in Iowa City to give a reading at Prairie Lights Bookstore. *******www***ffeehousepress****/ *******www.prairielights****/ *******atomburke**** © 2008
5 Jan 2010
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Memoir is one of the slimmest high end feature phone with advanced touch screen & widgets, which helps you to have quick & easy access to all your favorite tools, applications and entertainment. It is an elegant device which gives camera like feel to your phone. Samsung Memoir also comes with additional features such as Face, Blink and Smile detection modes. Face detection feature focus on faces rather than on distant background, whereas Blink detection is to hold the shutter until after someone has blinked. T- Mobile by *******www.cellhub****
6 Feb 2010
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*******www.moonlightmemoirs****/ Memoirs – Remembering That Family and Friends Are Forever by Maggie Mei Lewis and illustrated by Melody Lea Lamb *******talkingbookstv**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
13 May 2010
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