In conclusion, I would like to call to mind
a Gospel truth which can shed a higher light on the horizon of your research into the origins and unfolding of living matter.
For some reason these items call to mind
an early 1940s schoolboy joke about a news bulletin from Tokyo: "A Japanese battleship has intercepted three American torpedoes and completely destroyed them.
05 Newmarket 1m2f Listed ITV/RUK Card page 64 THE QUEEN, who won this contest two years ago with Peacock, is represented by Call To Mind
, a colt who, intriguingly, is still in the Derby at as short as 20-1 with some firms (33-1 best).
WE call to mind
, before our God and Father, how your faith has shown itself in action, your Love in labour, and your Hope of our Lord Jesus Christ in fortitude.
The photographs of Christine Felten and Veronique Massinger call to mind
John Berger's dictum that the relation between what we see and what we know is never settled.
Our Great Thanksgiving (Eucharistic Prayer) provides us with the opportunity to call to mind
all of God's wonderful deeds and blessings for us and to give thanks for them.
Just as my family spent our waiting time thinking back on all the places we'd been in our old car, call to mind
the ways we all have been on the journey with Christ.
Individuals routinely call to mind
memories of events they have experienced, but scientists are just beginning to understand how the brain makes this possible.
Seen together, the collected images readily call to mind
Huebler's Variable Piece #70 (In Process) Global, November 1971, which proposes: "Throughout the remainder of the artist's lifetime he will photographically document, to the extent of his capacity, the existence of everyone alive.