From this point her recollections
were found to be confused, fragmentary, and difficult to reconcile with any reasonable probability.
Overcome by a flood of unusual and extraordinary sensations, and stimulated by tender and long dormant recollections
, strangely and unexpectedly revived, the old man had just self-command enough to add, in a voice that was hollow and unnatural, through the efforts he made to command it--
The victim has no recollection
of the incident but it was captured on CCTV, while forensic evidence also implicated Jeremy.
Mr Snow said: "I have no recollection
of what was chanted, sung or who I took selfies with.
Tenders are invited for Recollection
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Councillor Iqbal said in a statement earlier this week: "I have no recollection
of sharing this video and have no idea how it was shared on my Facebook page.
Yonelinas, 2002) suggest that in retrieval information from the episodic memory, two processes intervene: a conscious process of recollection
of episodic or contextual details associated with the item to be recognized (recollection
) and an automatic process that involves estimating the strength of the memory trace in the absence of episodic details (familiarity).
and retelling in the context of our current lives never fail to trigger new realizations and reflections that enrich our understanding of what we are going through as individuals, as a growing family, and as part of a nation in transition.
But he told the city's sheriff court: "From memory, I have no recollection
of having dinner with Elaine McGonigle.
His true stories include tales of crews battling the elements in a fight for survival, and a detailed, eyewitness recollection
of the 1979 Fastnet yacht race of 3,000 competitors; when a deadly storm surprised the racers, over 4,000 rescuers labored to save lives.
Paul Seligman claims Councillor Ralph Cook was wrong to describe the city resident's recollection
of a controversial Labour campaign flyer as "entirely incorrect".
THE brother of former EastEnders actress Gemma McCluskie, pictured, told a court he had no recollection
of killing her or dismembering her and dumping the body in a canal.