But other evidence has been collected that adds potentially damning details, including the testimony of the receptionist.
When the NSA intercepts and records a communication, it has “collected” or “acquired” it.
Some colleagues viewed him as “calm, friendly, collected, a foxhole type of guy.”
In addition, another set of samples was collected in patients who were convalescing from the often-fatal disease.
Those vapors condense into a liquid later in the process and that “condensate” is collected in a storage area, called a sump.
All these trials he has been spared; he has collected with kid gloves.
You will take the command of such men as will be collected from Capts.
The calm, collected voice of the old dealer sounded cruel to them.
The sight of three persons' eyes was melted and collected into that single one.
I've gathered them around me, collected them from every age and period.
early 15c. (transitive), from Old French collecter "to collect" (late 14c.), from Latin collectus, past participle of colligere "gather together," from com- "together" (see com-) + legere "to gather" (see lecture (n.)). The intransitive sense is attested from 1794. Related: Collected; collecting. As an adjective meaning "paid by the recipient" it is attested from 1893, originally with reference to telegrams.