Later in life, she approached the duke with a proposition: if he paid up, she'd refrain from publishing her memoirs.
But there have only been 43 other presidents in our country's history, and fewer than 43 memoirs of those 43.
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Grant wrote his memoirs in 1885 at the breathtaking pace of 25–50 pages a day while in excruciating pain from throat cancer.
Already has the name of Menestheus occurred in these memoirs.
A wit of this country asked me for the memoirs of the French Academy.
This book would be regarded by my correspondent as he regards my "memoirs," and its publication has been interdicted in England.
Both at least have left these opinions on record in letters and memoirs.
It must be noted that La Marche's reflections upon the extravagance of the entertainment occur also in Escouchy's memoirs.
early 15c., "written record," from Anglo-French memorie "note, memorandum, something written to be kept in mind" (early 15c., Old French memoire), from Latin memoria (see memory). Meaning "person's written account of his life" is from 1670s.