draw forth


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draw forth

To display something to others. A noun or pronoun can be used between "draw" and "forth." I drew forth the paperwork that proved that the company owed me money.
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draw something forth

to pull something forward or where it can be seen. Carl drew a booklet forth and began to show it to the people sitting on either side of him. She drew forth her pocketknife and threatened the bandit.
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One can learn from her how to attend to "the wondrous and monstrous" in history and draw forth a myriad of capabilities, moods, and potential (18).
Against such a backdrop it is not surprising that the arrival of a person with genuine interest in and respect for Aboriginal people would draw forth such a deluge of passionate and productive activity.
attempt to draw forth the silences of the past produces a textual
As the phenomenon of reality television evolves, it will be our responsibility--and our pleasure--to draw forth those images and moments of incongruity that will signify a reality beyond the mainstream; then, and only then, will we think global, but watch local.
We look, then, even at the most tragic events with an expectation that God will draw forth new life.
Perhaps the cruelest performance came from the Labor Party's arts minister Chris Smith, who within six months proceeded to draw forth as much enmity from the arts establishment as it had taken the Tory Party 18 years to engender.
This group activity is a place to draw forth creativity from all the participants.
Beirach and his collaborators are consistently able to draw forth moments of great beauty from these free settings.
Carl suggests, "A religion that stressed the magnificence of the Universe as revealed by modern science might be able to draw forth reserves of reverence and awe hardly touched by the conventional faiths.
Family Knots" tells of Narcissa Foy, a quilter and otherworldly dreamer in family of hardscrabble farmers, who finds herself over the years inexorably draw forth from her interior world.
We will redefine smart to mean knowing how to draw forth from a repertoire of strategies, knowledge, perceptions, and actions according to contextual demands.
Symbols, as I understand them, are powerful because they appeal to the imagination and draw forth from us what is happening in the deeper parts of our lives.
The key for health plans is to intelligently draw forth the health conditions of prospective members during the sales process and identify existing risk, then proactively measure Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) and other quality metrics to proactively determine changes to a member's health risk over time.
Christian witness is intended to draw forth a response from the individual and, like all evangelization, finds its end in Christian conversion.
5) 71 Proved (to be) (6,3) 73 Day of Atonement (3,6) 74 Morally wrong (9) 77 Tropical lizard (6) 78 Magic word (11) 81 Concerning the moon (5) 83 Sailor (7) 85 Versatile (9) 86 Subtle, cunning (9) 87 Tough swimming, cycling and running event (9) 88 Pasta sauce (5) 89 Opening tennis shot (5) 90 Trap (5) 95 Solicited (7) 97 Flashy (6) 98 Aviators (6) 101 Cherish (5) 102 Stairpost (5) 103 Former county (5) 105 Third-longest African river (5) 106 Not suitable (5) 107 Draw forth (5) 108 A long time