Jog their memory - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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jog (one's) memory
To cause one to remember something. I tried jogging Mom's memory, but she couldn't remember Joe's phone number either. I had no recollection of that vacation until the photo jogged my memory.
jog someone's memory
Fig. to stimulate someone's memory to recall something. Hearing the first part of the song I'd forgotten really jogged my memory. DI tried to jog Bill's memory about our childhood antics.
jog somebody’s ˈmemory help somebody to remember something: So you don’t remember Mary Woodson? Well, here’s a photograph of you with her which might jog your memory.
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I would ask the political parties that are now sitting on the opposition benches to jog their memory
and recall the shenanigans that they themselves had been indulging in during the past.
Detective Superintendent David Swindle said: "These are vital witnesses who knew him when he was a young man and hopefully talking to them - and the latest publicity - might help jog their memory
You don't have to include the entire message, just enough to jog their memory
Superintendent George Gough, who's leading the murder hunt, said: "We hope someone may have heard something at the trial that will jog their memory