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bring

/call to mind
1. To remember (something): tried to bring to mind their happy times together.
2. To cause (something) to be remembered or thought of; evoke: "[The county's] flight from creditors brings to mind a restaurant diner who declines to pay for a meal because he overate" (Roger Lowenstein). "a voice that calls to mind a flower wavering in the breeze" (Neil Strauss).
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The Aletheian Journeys: The Arrow Bringer will be released 12/15/15 and is currently available to the press by either purchase at https://www.
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Dreaming the Hound is the third in a planned quartet of novels about the life of Breaca, known as Boudica, or the Bringer of Victory.
On the Lawn at Graduation 2001, a seven-minute looped video of a woman's high-heel-shod foot swinging aimlessly to and fro, assumes added interest when accompanied by the martial rat-a-tat-tat rhythms of Gustav Holst's "Mars: The Bringer of War," the opening section of his suite The Planets (1918).
He is at one and the same time a devil and a saviour, a bringer of destruction and just retribution, depending on where you live and how you view the world.
Married to the limping blacksmith god Hephaestus, she cheated him with innumerable lovers; hence her reputation of being treacherous and fickle-minded, a bringer of misfortune.
A bringer of healing water, she soon found herself pursued by believers in her sanctity and tormented by officials who hounded her with police interrogations.
Perhaps they peer with innocent curiosity into the blue eyes of a white man, bringer of bombs.
This symbol was adopted early by primitive Christian art "as a convention to represent the angels who, in the Bible, sometimes manifest themselves as handsome young men--and also, sometimes, represent the Christ taken as Angelos, as 'Angel': that is to say, as 'the one sent', a messenger from the Father, and the bringer of salvation".
The original bringer of the Word on the subject was Alexis de Tocqueville, who praised American society above all for its proliferation of voluntary associations.
The unity among the four Gospels comprises four emphases: the conviction that Jesus is the Messiah, and faith in Jesus as Son of God, as bringer of salvation, and as the "wholly other" who witnesses among human beings to God and his majesty.
Diana, the versatile tree spirit, huntress, bringer of sunshine and rain, fructifier of earth as well as women, would seem to be among the most significant of the gods for these builders of empire.
Dafal arranged a meeting between Elizalde and several Tasaday, who decided he was the "great bringer of good fortune" described in tribal legend.
The seven songs on the album are: "Mars, The Bringer Of War," "Venus, The Bringer Of Peace," "Mercury, The Winged Messenger," "Jupiter, The Bringer of Jollity," "Saturn, The, Bringer Of Old Age," "Uranus, The Magician" and "Neptune, The Mystic.
Fly Happy Bird from Storm Bringer Studios based in Tbilisi, Georgia brings colorful, familiar gameplay to life but with a twist as players avoid obstacles and challenge friends.