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tr.v. re-col·lect·ed, re-col·lect·ing, re-col·lects
To collect again.
re-collect (oneself)
To become composed again, especially after one has been flustered or confused.
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(ˌri kəˈlɛkt)

1. to collect, gather, or assemble again (something scattered).
2. to recover or compose (oneself).
re`-col•lec′tion, n.


(ˌrɛk əˈlɛkt)

v.t., v.i.
to remember; recall.
[1550–60; < Medieval Latin recollēctus, past participle of recolligere to remember, recollect (Latin: to gather up again); see re-, collect1]
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The Indian government, the reports added, has also asked the agencies to re-collect information of 1990 killing of four Indian Air Force officers to 'ensure justice to victims and exemplary punishment to culprits.'
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Ironically, when the same monthly salaries or pensions are drawn from the banks for daily usages, the government re-collect tax from the same salaried and retired people by imposing withholding taxes and excise duties on each bank cheque again on the already tax paid money, which is certainly another victimization of the poor in all respect;