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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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Furthermore, recollective experience can in that way be taken as a unitary general phenomenon of which a number of qualitative and quantitative variants can be established, including their assignment to post hoc categories.
6) Eleanor in The Years also experiences a kind of illuminating moment in which past permeates the present and the present permeates the future, though in this case, "the thing itself" that she discovers seems closer to the essence of the past that Deleuze claims Proust's narrator is pursuing, and which Lily also seems to seek--an essence that cannot be separated from the recollective process (The Years 461).
In other words, increasing the post-cue period actually enhanced the conscious recollective experience of F items, suggesting that participants did not stop consciously processing F items after the presentation of the forget cue.
Recollective of arma Christi images, many of the frescoes in the cells there employ an artistic language or, at least, an artistic syntax, that in its simplicity and abstractness relates to that of the tavolette used at San Giovanni Decollate.
We should not forget that allegory as a recollective and narrative figure in its "specular self-reflection" (28) is of disjunctive structure: it says something, but always means something else (as well).
The hampatong Bahutai (Photo 19) is the recollective posthumous representation of a person meant to evoke a facet of the individual's character, tied to a particular capacity of his, an attribute of strength but also of meanness, because in order to take on the appearance that is clearly visible in the hampatong--i.
A host of other commentators in the 1960s--Walter Allen, Anthony Burgess, and Douglas Day among them (l)--would effectively rehearse Spender's sense of the spiritual condition characterized in Under the Volcano, and would do so in a language likewise recollective of a medieval Christian frame of reference and value, of "acedia [as] .
The advantage of the latter variety is that there was often a greater sense of emotional and recollective authenticity, memories spontaneously recalled, rather than brought into the harsh and artificial light of a formal interview.
This recollective paradox speaks powerfully to the desire at the heart of the tale of Simonides: the impossible yearning to disinter the dead from the ruins of the past.
It's now being maintained by ex-Deepend people, Recollective, and has a new museum identity designed by Graphic Thought Facility.
First reflection is focused on problems and is objective and theoretical, while second reflection is recollective, focused on the mystery of Being in which we as humans participate.