direct (one's) attention to (someone or something)

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direct (one's) attention to (someone or something)

To focus on someone or something. And if you'll direct your attention to the docent, she'll start you on your tour of the art museum. When the lights in the theater dimmed, we knew to direct our attention to the stage.
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direct someone's attention to someone or something

to focus someone's regard or concern on someone or something; to cause someone to notice someone or something. May I directyour attention to the young man in the purple costume? The announcer directed our attention to the magician who was coming on stage.
See also: attention, direct
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Regarding recent letters about jeans and slacks for wheelchair users, I would like to direct your attention to USA Wheelchair Jeans, www.
This is an important stand for the editors of The Advocate to take, and lest you think that it isn't necessary, I direct your attention to page 83 of the same issue, when journalist Michael Rowe asked author Terry McMillan if she would have married her now ex-husband "had she known at the outset he was at least bisexual.
Please direct your attention to your agency and let the Board of Supervisors and me address countywide issues.
Well, let me direct your attention to your article "Math error equals loss of Mars orbiter" (SN: 10/9/99, p.
I DIRECT YOUR ATTENTION TO THE ARTICLE "Delta's Missed Connection" (August 1999).
We also direct your attention to any more specific discussions of risk contained in our Form 10-K and other public filings.
Before you start in on me with a diatribe about how one person can't free your party from the grip of the Christian right, I would like to direct your attention to that blue coast on a sea of red--the big one: California.