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  • verb Present participle of recollect.

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Examples

  • A University of Virginia study suggests that older adults are not only more inclined than younger adults to make errors in recollecting details that have been suggested to them, but are also more likely than younger people to have a very high level of confidence in their recollections, even when wrong.

    And now the news

  • It belonged to a man in a sort of loose white garment and drawers, with a thin dark-bearded face; and Arthur, recollecting that the Spanish word _nino_ passed current for child in

    A Modern Telemachus

  • This appeared to be but too probable; but still Orlando, in recollecting how he had been situated himself, entertained a faint hope that they might yet hear of his friend and his sister, though the dangers and difficulties to which the latter might have been exposed made him tremble.

    The Old Manor House

  • Dives also is described as recollecting with intense interest, with the most anxious sympathy, his endangered brethren on earth.

    The Destiny of the Soul A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life

  • Then I turned my mind to more pleasant thoughts, such as recollecting the pleasures men may take in slaves.

    Mercenaries Of Gor

  • Accordingly, This Week transmitted a 10-minute roll of raw footage of paratroopers recollecting what they said happened, plus a matching roll of equally raw footage from civilians who'd been present.

    David Tereshchuk: Struggle Through Decades to Overturn Massacre Lies

  • Laps at a face, recollecting the tang of mouse blood and begins to purr.

    Bastet on the Down-Low

  • But while I'm recollecting, head on over to Salon's War Room, where Justin Elli...

    Rick Perry Coverage Gets Sexy: Ad Seeks Dirt, Others Press Porn Past

  • All right — (He pauses, as if recollecting something.) (Dobleman has begun to write down the note.)

    THEFT

  • Accordingly, This Week transmitted a 10-minute roll of raw footage of paratroopers recollecting what they said happened, plus a matching roll of equally raw footage from civilians who'd been present.

    David Tereshchuk: Struggle Through Decades to Overturn Massacre Lies

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