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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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Slowly twist the upper body (shoulders, arms) to one side, bringing the object across the floor to the other side.
Glissade forward or back is essentially the same, except that the dancer brushes directly front or back, bringing the pointe to the center line.
As the deceased was buried at the correct time, this shooting water was bringing in the prosperous energy of the period, hence, bringing wealth and recognition to the family and descendants.
Bringing in additional storage for a new application is a complex task: checking revision levels and compatibilities, configuring and masking LUNs, reorganizing volumes, reconfiguring and rebooting a number of servers, updating your backup plan.
The Russian was enthusiastic about the prospect of bringing Balanchine and Robbins to Moscow, but Horgan and Robbins were more cautious, saying only that the matter was under discussion.