summon (one) to

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summon (one) to

1. To demand or instruct that one come to or appear at some place or thing. The president summoned the congressional leader to his office to explain the status of the tax legislation. He summoned me to the front of the class to read the note out loud.
2. To demand or instruct that one do something; to order one to take a particular action. I summoned the criminal to lay down his weapon and surrender. The boss summoned him to deliver the package himself.
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summon someone to someone or something

to order or request someone to come to someone or something. Uncle Fred summoned the waitress to him. He summoned her to our table.
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References in classic literature ?
The first burst of Mars's sudden dawn brought messengers from Kulan Tith, summoning us to the audience chamber where Thuvan Dihn was to receive his daughter after years of separation, and I was to be reunited with the glorious daughter of Helium after an almost unbroken separation of twelve years.
Luckily it is unprovided with a bell summoning us to the sacrifice.
'We subsequently received a letter from NLC dated August 30, 2018 summoning us to a hearing scheduled for September 12.
We begin with the first spots of rain on the window pane 'A pitter-pat-pat, a pitter-patpat' summoning us to board the rain train.
In performance, an unholstered metal-detector wand is waved into the crowd, summoning us to enter the artist's mini-circus of ambiguously earnest dissent.
"We went on to short time in the new year but were led to believe we would be back to full time working this week when we got phone calls summoning us to a meeting.