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stick/stay in somebody’s mind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstick/stay in somebody’s mindstick/stay in somebody’s mindREMEMBERif a name, fact etc sticks in your mind, you remember it for a long time For some reason, the name really stuck in Joe’s mind. One line from the poem had stayed in her mind. mind
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stick/stay in somebody’s mindOne incident that has always stuck in my mind was when I dove for my foxhole at the opening mortar round.Yet the one small doubt stuck in her mind like a burr in tweed.It must have stuck in her mind, that an honest person might act out of character when severely threatened.But it stuck in my mind.It is not surprising that phrases do not stick in the mind.Last year, 7-21, that stays in your mind.There are, as always with the work of Ralph Gibson, images that stick in the mind.I think those types of things stick in children's minds, so I didn't want her there.
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