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rec·ol·lec·tion

(rē'kŏ-lek'shŭn),
In renal physiology, a technique in which a known fluid is infused into a renal tubule lumen at one point and collected for analysis by a second micropipette further downstream.
[re- + L. collectus, pp. of colligo, to collect]
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The [Bodily] Recollective Awareness [of Bhairava-Devi] is a sounding (sabdana), an internal talking.
After examples of sceptics and sceptical thought have been re-imagined through 'recollective cogitation' in the first stage, one of the most natural questions, on encountering the thesis statement at stage two, is going to be whether that thesis explains the remembered material.
Assuming that presence is also and inevitably a transmission of absence, any writing aware of this nature of presence can only be recollective. To celebrate the shadows and the stones of crumbling walls is to draw attention to appearances that are dispersed, forgotten, or dead.
Memory, in other words, requires those whom Connerton (1989: 76) refers to as the "custodians of memory"--the agents charged with recollective performances--to chronicle happenings that create and maintain the communal memory.
It provided a heady brew of good company, good conversation, pointed insight, vintage anecdote and fine Champagne--all of it too much for the recollective and reportorial capacities of an awed lawyer.
Rather, I will explore the ways in which both her own process of writing and the recollective and creative processes she portrays--particularly in her depiction of Lily Briscoe in To the Lighthouse--involve an interaction of external or concrete with subjective elements paralleling that implied in the recollective process of Proust's narrator, and of a kind that--intentionally or otherwise--recalls the theories of consciousness and creativity developed by several of the philosophers I have mentioned.
Additionally, these three clauses (and the immediately preceding clause too) involve expressions taking their referential significance--call it deixis, if you like--from association with the immediate physical and spatial domain occupied (albeit with recollective realism) by the speaker, namely Pip.
The differences were attributed primarily to the recollective nature of the interview process; hunters were asked a question that pertained to a decade or more prior.