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Without it, we couldn’t form and recollect distinct and meaningful memories since many aspects of any two memories would otherwise overlap.
Once these memories are formed, a partial prompt can easily have you recollect them.
Within it, she recollected her early years, spinning the dispersed wool of her babyhood into the tangled threads of her childhood.
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However, in some cases, memory can become pathologically persistent, as when the memory of a traumatic experience—like an assault or a soldier’s time in combat—is recollected incessantly.
Not an officer or soldier but must recollect a case in point.
But as far as I recollect, that warning, inexorable as it was, only touched the question of ammunition.
I do not recollect those of virginia perfectly but it strikes me that they are not so long.
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I used to stub my toe so; you ought to recollect me by that.
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On another occasion I recollect experiencing very strikingly, the force of local impressions.
In the history of warfare, I do not recollect a more fortunate retreat.

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