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to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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Your recent article about the late Senator Joseph McCarthy ("McCarthy Targeted--Again," June 16th issue) brought to mind a story told to me by the late John Wayne that I would like to put on the record.
Jo's doll, which brought to mind the comic timing of a Charlie Chaplin, drew laughs even as she stirred the packed house with fearsome high notes.
The incident was brought to mind by an encounter at Lambeth between a gay Christian leader and a Nigerian bishop who, shouting "Repent
The store address brought to mind the year that "Columbus crossed the ocean blue.
Above them hovered a series of small pyramids whose shape recalled the rusticated stones on the facades of Renaissance palaces, and whose overall organization brought to mind a roof, with the final result that it looked like a schematized pagoda.
Media reports on General Synod's decision to defer the vote on the issue of same-sex blessings brought to mind a collection of dithering old traditionalists caught in a time-warp.
205) brought to mind a remark I learned in grade school decades ago.
The request brought to mind the fabulous snow white garlic sauce served at Zankou Chicken (locations in Van Nuys, Glendale, Hollywood and other Southland cities).
Splotch #3, 2000, thus brought to mind Gabriel Orozco's incisive Isla dentro de la isla (Island Within an Island), 1993, a photograph of a makeshift re-creation of Lower Manhattan counterpoising the "real" scene (World Trade Center included) in the background.
It brought to mind a team-building exercise in which staff at the church's national office once participated.
It brought to mind the scene in ``Animal House'' where Flounder and Pinto are shunted into a roomful of misfits at the snobby fraternity's pledge party, and the smarmy frat guy says, ``You should have lots to talk about.
40) brought to mind the epidemiology of schistosomiasis.