This suggested that initially the word mentoring brought to mind
the mentor, specifically, a vision of one, single mentor.
Your recent article about the late Senator Joseph McCarthy ("McCarthy Targeted--Again," June 16th issue) brought to mind
a story told to me by the late John Wayne that I would like to put on the record.
205) brought to mind
a remark I learned in grade school decades ago.
For long periods each day my grandson Carl doesn't think about his disability, but if it's brought to mind
by a classmate or stranger he'll sometimes hang his head and plead, "I want to go home now."
Splotch #3, 2000, thus brought to mind
Gabriel Orozco's incisive Isla dentro de la isla (Island Within an Island), 1993, a photograph of a makeshift re-creation of Lower Manhattan counterpoising the "real" scene (World Trade Center included) in the background.
It brought to mind
a team-building exercise in which staff at the church's national office once participated.
40) brought to mind
the epidemiology of schistosomiasis.
The images they formed turned out to be symbols associated with Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band, of all people--leaves, snakes, and spirals that wrap themselves around the names of the band members, decorations that brought to mind
the elaborate initials of illuminated manuscripts.
The display of an outspread chasuble in the middle of the montage brought to mind
this apt comparison.
Hartle notes that the ions could have come from external sources, but he says the observation brought to mind
the matter of inward and outward flow through ionospheric holes on Venus, whose magnetic field is also very weak.
(The installation obviously brought to mind
Seven Ends of the World, the perhaps more monumental work Rehberger created for the 2003 Venice Biennale).
This work, by the young Belgian artist Kris Martin, immediately brought to mind
images of golden orbs by James Lee Byars, the beauty of their spherical forms intensified by the brilliance of gold--but something more was going on here.
Compelling for their simple elegance, the umbrellas also brought to mind
trees stripped bare by nuclear fallout.