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  • v. Present participle of recall.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • 1280 B.C. How appropriate that a name recalling both a Bronze Age Trojan king and the Aegean shore is used for the first man to die for Troy in the war with the Greeks.

    The Trojan War

  • The law requiring a 6-month delay in recalling newly elected officials doesn't seem right.

    Kroger comes through for Sam the Tram (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • (The old Newt I am recalling is not the Newt who ditched his second wife whom he acquired while still married to his first wife, in favor of his third wife, whom he acquired while still married to his second wife but made it all alright by converting to Catholicism where all his sins were forgiven.)

    Christopher Brauchli: The New Newt

  • (He further conceded that he "might have been incorrect" in recalling a former career as an undercover police detective, rather than as a regular cop.)

    US midterms diary 2010: A bicycle plot, a Tea Party mystery, and a Bush book

  • The pope was very restrained in recalling Israel's perspective, but very explicit and engaged in explaining the views of the Palestinians, and especially their suffering.

    Interreligious Dialogue

  • I also did this for my latest job search, and I was surprised at how much help it was for me in recalling specifics of interactions with recruiters, HR people and networking contacts.

    Create A Log To Keep Track Of Your Job Search | Lifehacker Australia

  • As Hayes notes, Howell Raines, then a reporter for the New York Times, wrote of Reagan before the sweep that "political critics who characterize him as banal and shallow, a mouther of right-wing platitudes, delight in recalling that he co-starred with a chimpanzee in 'Bedtime for Bonzo.'"

    Obama, Reagan and the Power of Words - Real Clear Politics – TIME.com

  • * Sony waited two extra weeks to begin recalling CDs in Canada as compared to the United States

    Boing Boing: January 29, 2006 - February 4, 2006 Archives

  • Subjects were given 24 pair English German vocabulary list to learn and tested by recalling the German words correspond to the English words given in a written format and then calculate the correct answers.

    If you want to remember anything, then go to sleep

  • Handsomely shot (by Christian Sebaldt) and persuasively played by all involved, THE DARK (a dull title recalling a couple of other horror misfires) is too pimped out for its own good, burdening a simple story (even given the supernatural complications) with too many flash forwards, flashbacks and digital bragadoccio.

    Nothing to see here

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