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stick in somebody’s mind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstick in somebody’s mindstick in somebody’s mindREMEMBERif something sticks in your mind, you remember it well because it is unusual or interesting It’s the kind of name that sticks in your mind. stick
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stick in somebody’s mindMy uncle told me the story when I was little, and it's always stuck in my mind.But it stuck in my mind.It is not surprising that phrases do not stick in the mind.Perhaps the image is just so startling that it sticks in our minds.The whole weekend had been unsettling, which was perhaps why the game had stuck in her mind.Yet the one small doubt stuck in her mind like a burr in tweed.I think those types of things stick in children's minds, so I didn't want her there.It must have stuck in her mind, that an honest person might act out of character when severely threatened.One incident that has always stuck in my mind was when I dove for my foxhole at the opening mortar round.
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