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recall

 
1. (re-kawl´) to remember or recollect.
2. (re´kawl) the process of bringing information back into consciousness.

re·call

(rē'kawl),
The process of remembering thoughts, words, and actions of a past event in an attempt to recapture actual happenings.

recall

Medical devices
noun The retiring of a device from the medical marketplace or suspension of its approval pending investigation or addressing of a defect.

Medspeak-UK
verb To request—usually by letter—that a woman return for a repeat cervical screening test, which is done in 3- or 5-year cycles under the NHS Cervical Screening Programme.

Neurology
noun The process of bringing a memory into consciousness; the recollection of past facts, events, feeling; invoking the memory of experiences or learned information.

verb To remember experiences or learned information.

Public health
noun A public announcement by a manufacturer or producer of a particular product—e.g., motor vehicles, toys, drugs, medical devices, foods—asking the purchaser of a particular product or model to return the goods as they may have defects posing a health hazard; the collecting by a manufacturer of a product that has been deemed unsafe, or otherwise unsuitable, after being sold or available for sale to the public.

recall

Neurology nounpronounced ree CALL The process of bringing a memory into consciousness; the recollection of past facts, events, feelings; invoking of the memory of experiences or learned information verbpronounced ricall To remember experiences or learned information. See Class recall, Immediate recall, Memory Public health noun–pronounced REE call, drug recallA public announcement by a manufacturer or producer of a particular product–eg, motor vehicles, toys, drugs, medical devices, foods, asking the purchaser of a particular 'lot, ' or model to return the goods as they may have defects posing a health hazard.

re·call

(rē'kawl)
1. The process of remembering thoughts, words, and actions of a past event in an attempt to recapture actual happenings.
2. To remove a product (e.g., drug) from use due to possible safety issues with the product.

recall,

n the procedure of advising or reminding a patient to have his oral health reviewed or reexamined; an important phase of preventive dentistry. Term is being replaced by
preventive maintenance appointment.

recall

a voluntary action of removing a product from retail or distribution by a manufacturer or distributor to protect the public from products that may cause health problems.
References in classic literature ?
He again vividly recalled the details of the battle, no longer dim, but definite and in the concise form concise form in which he imagined himself stating them to the Emperor Francis.
Emily looked back at her experience of her last day at school, and recalled her consultation with Alban on the subject of Mrs.
Recalled to the bedside by the moans of his patient, the Kind- hearted Physician administered a stimulant, a tonic, and a nutrient, and went away.
And he recalled his brother Nikolay, and dwelt with pleasure on the thought of him.
Our company is dedicated to helping automakers and their dealers expedite the repair of recalled vehicles and make the roadways safer for everyone.
The video explains what to expect if a car is recalled and what to do next.
According to the report, 28 percent of the companies involved in recalls in the second quarter (ended June 30) had two or more products recalled, and 7 percent of the companies involved had five or more recalls.
While the company whose name appears on the recalled products faces the greatest reputational risk, these companies are now looking to share the recall burden.
Northwest Airlines has recalled at least 425 pilots and plans to recall an additional 150 in the first half of next year.
For instance, while some research has argued that events experienced in coordinate bilinguals' dominant language (L1) are better recalled and thus more accessible in that same language (Marian & Neisser, 2000) other research has reported that memories encoded in L1 are readily retrievable by coordinate bilinguals in L2 (Schrauf & Rubin, 2000).
Understanding what is being migrated and quickly recalled requires a thrashing report.
For these and other reasons, most recalled food is not recovered and therefore may be consumed.