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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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But the exquisite "Venus, The Bringer Of Peace" was equally well played, with Holst's beautiful sonorities - such as a choir of flutes - fully realised.
The verse where Allah The Almighty says:"We sent messengers as bringers of good tidings and warners.
A Cadfael B Father Brown C Maigret D Miss Marple QUESTION 10 - for 10 points: Holst's suite The Planets describes which planet as the bringer of jollity?
Summary: Indeed, Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) was sent to all humanity as a witness, a bringer of good tidings (Bashir), and a warner (Nazir) as affirmed in the Holy Quran.
So we have, in order of presentation, 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 finally Neptune, the Mystic.
He was initially seen as the bringer of change, but his reputation took a battering when he reversed course on a plan to remove a controversial US airbase in Okinawa.
Lori Shea advises readers not to bring their own bringer of failure, and encourage confidence in oneself by dispelling the anxiety that many feel at this time in their lives.
This is an affectionate, totally scholarly and very well written biography of a man whom the author describes as 'the bringer of riches'.
A man-made wonder, a connective network, an economic force, a bringer of blight and sprawl and the possibility of escape--the US interstate system changed the face of our country.
Just because everyone speaks slowly and with a deep voice, lines like "I am the bringer of the tide" are still more laughable than dramatic.
Almost as if you consider yourself the self-appointed bringer of the truth.
Loved and loving, adored and adoring, happy and the bringer of happiness.
He runs in the 'Mr Blobby' colours of Andrew Timms, the bringer of the champagne on Sunday.
The Dog Star was regarded by the ancient Greeks as the bringer of scorching heat, because its early-morning rising coincided with the hottest summer days of July and August.