recall to

recall something to someone

to bring something to the mind of someone. Your comments recall another event to me—something that happened years ago. What you just said recalled an old saying to me.
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Recent research by Deloitte states, "it was found that the average cost of a recall to participating food and consumer product companies is $10 million, in addition to brand damage and lost sales.
This includes ensuring that all parties are notified, enabling defective products to be claimed quickly, evaluating the recall to ensure that the process has been completed with no traces of defective product left on the shelf or in the patient's hands, and submitting final reports to the FDA.
The head of Rescue California, which brought the recall to the ballot, said he is more worried about falling short than he was earlier in the campaign because fund raising has stalled.
High-profile recalls, like last summer's Bridgestone/Firestone tire recall, have brought product recall to the top of consumers' minds, opening eyes to the risks of common products, said Bernhard Steves, vice president of Insurance Brokers Service, which offers a product-recall insurance policy called Total Recall Plus.
GE said Spitzer is "just plain wrong" in his assertions, that he has been "irresponsible with the facts of this important safety recall", and that he is "using the recall to grandstand for personal political advantage.
The discussion ranges widely from initiative, referendum, and recall to open meeting laws and other features.
Juran declared that "for a recall to be effective it is essential that the procedures for the recall be in place before there is any need for the recall .
This facility complements Recall's secure destruction facility in Atlanta, Georgia and allows Recall to offer enhanced secure destruction services to portions of Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi.
The San Fernando Valley Democratic Party's fifth annual Labor Day game and picnic at Van Nuys-Sherman Oaks Park had a special goal this year: to show a united Democratic front against the recall to unseat Gov.
Recall InfoLink standardizes, automates, and tracks the communication of a recall to businesses across the supply network.
Davis is taking the recall to court because, he claims, it is too difficult for the counties, will cost too much and, if not stopped, should be delayed because he has too much work to do.
Recall's clients range from Global 2000 enterprises to start-ups and trust Recall to securely protect, store and destroy their most sensitive information thereby mitigating risk and providing peace of mind.
Petitioners have five months to collect the more than 8,000 signatures needed to put a recall to public vote in February.
The company recently discovered that some of the Vanilla flavor had been shipped and therefore expanded the previous recall to include the Vanilla flavor.
Michael Brownlee, the agency's associate administrator for safety, said Ford's engineering explanation seems to make sense but the agency will monitor the recall to make sure the problem has been correctly identified.