Coons appeared annoyed, recalling Al Gore's frustration when he was placed on the dais with Texas Gov. George W. Bush.
Earlier this week, news broke that Lululemon was recalling its Luon pant on account of ‘sheerness’.
The scalp is ringed by minor blood-flows, recalling the crown of thorns.
recalling a moment spent with close aides soon after he resigned, he said he suddenly realized what he had done.
Jamila is recalling images from her past that she would much rather forget.
She listened with keen and critical enjoyment, recalling how Malibran gave this note, how Grisi and Mario sang that duet.
A strange look settled on her face; she was recalling a bitter experience.
He started up in no little surprise, and, recalling where he was, hastened along the path toward the camp.
"I thank you for recalling me to the world," said Maltravers, eagerly.
He puzzled over it, recalling scent after scent in vain, sure that he was perfectly familiar with it, and yet unable to place it.
1650s, "act of recalling to mind," from recall (v.). In U.S. politics, "removal of an elected official," 1902.
recall re·call (rĭ-kôl')
v. re·called, re·call·ing, re·calls
To remember; recollect. n. (rē'kôl')
The ability to remember information or experiences.