recall


recall
01. I don't [recall] having spoken about it to her before, but she assures me that we discussed it just last week.
02. She didn't [recall] having met me before, but I was sure I'd seen her at a friend's party.
03. A major auto manufacturer has had to [recall] a number of their vehicles due to their faulty brake systems.
04. I [recall] seeing Hsu-Wen at the party the other night, but I didn't actually speak to her.
05. His [recall] of the car accident wasn't too good because he was drunk at the time.
06. In 1921, the people of the state of North Dakota voted to [recall] their governor.
07. During their first year, babies make important advances in recognition memory and [recall] memory.
08. His writing [recalls] that of Ernest Hemingway.
09. Canada has [recalled] its Ambassador in protest against the country's new policy on lumber trade.
10. A major toy company has had to [recall] over a million dolls because of a danger of injury to small children.
11. There is a French proverb which states that what is hard to endure is sweet to [recall].
12. Dante Alighieri once observed that there is no greater sorrow than to [recall] happiness in times of misery.
13. Winston Churchill once noted that nothing [recalls] the past so potently as a smell.
14. After discovering two photographs of a nude woman among the film's more than 110,000 frames, Disney Studios [recalled] 3.4 million copies of the video release of "The Rescuers".
15. In 2002, nineteen million pounds of beef had to be [recalled] in the United States after a number of people became ill from eating meat which was contaminated with bacteria.

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  • recall — ► VERB 1) remember. 2) cause one to remember or think of. 3) officially order to return. 4) (of a manufacturer) request the return of (faulty products). 5) reselect (a sports player) as a member of a team. 6) call up (stored computer data). ► …   English terms dictionary

  • recall — [ri kôl′; ] also, & for n. & vt. 4 usually [, rē′kôl΄] vt. 1. to call back; ask or order to return; specif., to ask purchasers to return (an imperfect or dangerous product), often so that a manufacturing defect can be corrected 2. to bring back… …   English World dictionary

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