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  • WotC seems to have done a very thorough job of re-collecting all their licenses in the lead-up to 4E.

    Universal System

  • There he busied himself in re-collecting the waiters, and directing them to re-arrange the mangled remains of the table as they best could.

    Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 3, July, 1851

  • Recaldo finding his vessel much battered, rejoined his chief with difficulty and Medina re-collecting his scattered vessels held on his course.

    In Doublet and Hose A Story for Girls

  • So that by a most sweet and most loving reaction and struggle, it received vigour from its adversary's presence, and as if re-collecting its forces for victory, it made grace to superabound where sin had abounded.

    Treatise on the Love of God

  • His mind, therefore, could not rest short of a new Church organisation and polity — of a new order of moral discipline, which, planting itself in the heart of Protestantism, should at once conserve its life, and enable it to confront the re-collecting forces and still powerfully repressive energy of the Roman hierarchy.

    Luther and Other Leaders of the Reformation

  • Then, re-collecting my spirits, I supported the miserable relic to the fire, putting his bench to the dresser that he might have a back to lean against.

    The Frozen Pirate

  • As Ernst was running here and there, encouraging his companions, re-collecting them when they were dispersed, and bringing them up again to the assault, he suddenly felt his arm grasped by a man's hand.

    The Golden Grasshopper A story of the days of Sir Thomas Gresham

  • There he busied himself in re-collecting the waiters, and directing them to re-arrange the mangled remains of the table as they best could.

    My Novel — Volume 05

  • Crauford driven from the presence of the man whom it was his bitterest punishment to fear most when most he affected to despise; and as often, re-collecting his powers and fortifying himself in his experience of human frailty when sufficiently tried, did he return to his attempts.

    The Disowned — Volume 05

  • There he busied himself in re-collecting the waiters, and directing them to re-arrange the mangled remains of the table as they best could.

    My Novel — Complete

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