The thermal mass of the building's concrete structure is called into play
as part of the interior climate control system, using a cast-in pipe system that circulates water heated and cooled as necessary, partly using waste heat.
With Mertson's love for animals as a basis, the three began to construct an "elaborate" business plan that called into play
the techniques and principles learned in past business classes.
Women were declared, by the nature of their mental, physical, and social disabilities, to be so dissimilar to men that the Equal Protection Clause was never even called into play
. End of story!
Over his 26 years at NCM, Collins has been regarded as a thoughtful, methodical consensus builder, qualities especially called into play
when the 68-year-old William Kennedy stepped down after 18 years as CEO.
The concept of subsidiarity is enshrined in Catholic social teaching and is usually called into play
when government tramples the political expression of the individual.
At Kuopio, Leiviski has called into play
not only the essential dramatic interaction between priest and congregation, but has caused time and light, space and nature to take part.