The team saw Bohol's largest Recollect
church, which once stood proudly amid a vast expanse of open space in Loon, was now nothing more than two piles of coral rubble.
Kasab said that I can't recollect
anything, and he doesn't want to remember.
Around 81 per cent of participants could recollect
who told them about 9/11, 84 per cent remembered what time it was when they heard about it, 92 per cent knew where they were when they heard the news and 71 per cent recalled their ongoing activity, nearly eight years on.
Her lawyer, Colin Elliott, said: "She does not recollect
driving home in any detail.
Christopher Nolan loves the irony that, in trying to recollect
the origins of ``Memento,'' he and his brother can't completely agree on exactly what happened.
I cannot recollect
the last time the death of a fox was reported in the back pages of a newspaper - not even on a quiet Monday.
Los Angeles is committed to make something work here, and I just think that is the thing we all need to recollect
At a family nursery, you will find staff who have lived in the area for several decades or longer, who will recollect
our famous freezes and droughts, who will understand our plants' limitations, sensitivities and strengths.
Roos agreed, saying that in all cases he can recollect
, first choices always have been selected.
After that, the 30-year-old Northridge man doesn't recollect
much of anything.
Of all the fish he's boated and club records he's established, it's that albacore he'll recollect
Thousands of devotees of the Black Nazarene should make the quiet corner of Recoletos and Muralla Streets in Intramuros, Manila part of their barefoot trek and pilgrimage as it was where the original Nuestro Padre Jesus Nazareno was enshrined in an old Recollect
Church known as the San Nicolas de Tolentino Church.
What many people don't know is that the Nazareno and the Virgin were both from the Recollect