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But he refrained, stopping suddenly, because he recollected that he could no longer utter what he wished to say.
Let it be recollected that in the whole of the new world not a single individual could write or read.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 6 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
This, however, was not always; he often recollected what he had been doing.
SLEEP AND ITS DERANGEMENTSWILLIAM A. HAMMOND
In an instant I recollected that the little finger of his right hand had been amputated at the first joint, and I told him so.
Then I recollected that Carmen had often told me that she would like to lie buried in a wood.
CARMENPROSPER MERIMEE
He recollected it had been charged upon them; but they had denied it.
It is to be recollected in view of the apparent discrepancy between men's acts and their rewards that Nature is juster than we.
Mr. Haveloc gave a short laugh, and Margaret recollected that he was in the room, and grew uncomfortable again.
It must be recollected that the Peries are of both sexes: we have just spoken of Peri kings, and of the brothers of Merjn.
THE FAIRY MYTHOLOGYTHOMAS KEIGHTLEY
I recollected myself—when I looked again, the figure had disappeared in the crowd.

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