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  • After a series of near-misses, Marta played the ball over the heads of two defenders within 10 yards of the goal, then re-collected it and headed for the goal.

    One Save Leads to Another

  • (Though I do have most, if not all of the Orbits, so if it is time to find out of those stories can be re-collected, there are at least two sources - yours and mine!) - not to mention the earliest efforts of Conklin, Healy&McComas and Wollheim.

    MIND MELD: The Pros and Cons of eBooks

  • As I mentioned in the introduction to this essay, Baillie re-collected, re-ordered, and revised Poems into Fugitive Verses in 1840.

    '[S]hak[ing] the dwellings of the great': Liberation in Joanna Baillie’s Poems (1790)

  • And the ore is unloaded into huge piles which are then re-collected totally automatically by a huge machine controlled from a control tower some way away.

    North West Resources Tour

  • The more he sees her, the worse he is, — uritque videndo, as in a burning-glass, the sunbeams are re-collected to a centre, the rays of love are projected from her eyes.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • While she paused, the music ceased; and, after a momentary hesitation, she re-collected courage to advance to the fishing-house, which she entered with faltering steps, and found unoccupied!

    The Mysteries of Udolpho

  • Such mutually reciprocated "renovating virtue" is a power, like that drawn from the "spots of time" in the Prelude, that has been finally collected -- or rather, "re-collected" -- in the charged baquet of a poem called "Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey," to be made available to all future readers as well.

    Re-collecting Spontaneous Overflows

  • In the gathering glow and "tracks" of "golden fire" emitted by the sea-snakes, as we have seen, that vital eletromagnetic current seems to be re-collected as if in a galvanic battery so as to elicit, like a spark shorting out, a sudden "gush" of "love" from the Mariner's heart.

    Re-collecting Spontaneous Overflows

  • It is true that he acts distinctly and variously towards the two parts of the re-collected family of angels and men, according as their different states and conditions do require.

    Meditations and Discourses on the Glory of Christ

  • To answer all the ends of this new Head of God's re-collected family, all power in heaven and earth, all fulness of grace and glory, is committed unto him.

    Meditations and Discourses on the Glory of Christ


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