The National Children's Hospital and Rural Broadband leap to mind
Their names leap to mind
. And many still jostle for prominence in books dedicated to the famous.
A couple of recent opportunities for such an approach leap to mind
Jefferson Parker, but the two novelists that most often leap to mind
as peers are Walter Mosley and National Book Award finalist Kem Nunn.
For Winters, it's certainly a welcome step up from those Allstate commercials, while Duhamel is one of the few current actors who leap to mind
as being able to invest Milt with Sir Lancelot-like qualities despite a role that's purposefully written not to delve much beneath the surface.
Witch trials leap to mind
immediately -- an observation that bears out -- but there are any number of other groups.
Two possibilities leap to mind
: One, the board exercised its authority to seek new leadership just about as soon as it could.
I leap to mind
remembered names or grasp to reposition.
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When we hear the word poverty, poor people and poor living conditions leap to mind
, maybe Mother Teresa ministering to the aged and infirm in Calcutta.
One journalist wondered whether Umane was a "brilliant competitor or a ruthless jackass," but those are not the words that immediately leap to mind
after an evening in his company.
Glamour and poise aren't exactly words that leap to mind
when we think of LiLo so our hats go off to the team who managed to transform her into one of the screen's most dignified icons, even if her acting was panned.
However, a myriad of concerns immediately leap to mind
with this rudimentary fault-finding groundwork.
The words "fiery" and "funky" appropriately leap to mind
and mouth when tasting gochujang (Korean red chili paste).
"The words 'lumbering' and 'dinosaur' do leap to mind
. A work of parched, dispassionate sociology, India feels longer than its 398 pages.