- v recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection
- And if you will look at the organization in the State of Illinois and the men who are leading the organization, you will recollect every face of those who drove them out of the .
- Then it may still be easy enough to recollect the plot and the cast of the revolution.
- It's a very convetional documentaya lot of old dancers recollect their days as member of the Ballets Russe De Monte Carlo mainly during the interwar years.
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- Tech Spanish teacher fosters social justice interest
Jennifer Day took a deep breath and looked up blinking to recollect the moment that triggered her passion for the fight in social justice issues. She recalled that it was about a decade ago, when a trip to Central America awakened her awareness.
June 17, 2013 - St. Cloud Times
- Condoleezza Rice in Guardian Unlimited
First of all, I think my take is that, well, this is an internal matter for the CIA,Rice said. "I was secretary of state in 2005, indeed, and I can tell you that I myself don't recollect any knowledge of the tapes."
- Helen Mirren in NBC5.com
I do recollect my sense of utter disbelief, because Diana was so ubiquitous in all of lives, she was such of an enormously photographed and talked-about personality on a scale that no one has heard of before,Mirren said. "So to hear...
- Jerry Manuel in USA Today
Offensively, we've got to take it up a notch,said New York manager Jerry Manuel of his team, which had only four singles on Sunday. "I think we are really struggling in that area in the sense that I don't recollect too many extra-base hits...