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# recollection - Friday 28 August, 2020

'I feared for my life' - Manchester United captain Harry Maguire opens up on arrest
# Recollection
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# Recollection

'I feared for my life' - Manchester United captain Harry Maguire opens up on arrest

Aug 28th 2020, 7:56 AM 32,731 Views 0 Comments

The player’s legal team have lodged an appeal against his conviction.

# recollection - Tuesday 10 June, 2014

Using general anaesthetic on infants could harm their memory for life - study
# Recollection
# Recollection

Using general anaesthetic on infants could harm their memory for life - study

Jun 10th 2014, 7:20 AM 7,127 Views 12 Comments

The student found that children who had been anaesthetised as babies had about 28 percent less recollection on average than their peers.

# recollection - Thursday 30 May, 2013

Check out this superb recollection of the Premier League season in rhyme
# Take A Bow
From The42
# Take A Bow

Check out this superb recollection of the Premier League season in rhyme

May 30th 2013, 9:10 PM 1,783 Views 1 Comment

It’s a video that even those unimpressed with the campaign will surely appreciate.

# recollection - Wednesday 26 December, 2012

I was there: Leinster's heartbreaking RaboDirect Pro12 final defeat
# Sporting Highlights
From The42
# Sporting Highlights

I was there: Leinster's heartbreaking RaboDirect Pro12 final defeat

Dec 26th 2012, 12:04 PM 1,175 Views 2 Comments

Gather round, for a tale of sunshine, scrums and Shane.

# recollection - Monday 24 December, 2012

I was there... for Cork's hard-fought 0-0 draw with St Pat's
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From The42
# Recollection

I was there... for Cork's hard-fought 0-0 draw with St Pat's

Dec 24th 2012, 10:30 AM 498 Views 0 Comments

The Airtricity League tie may not have been the most glamorous of events, but it was well worth attending nonetheless, writes Paul Fennessy.