direct attention

See: devote
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Those who constantly direct attention to the Negro youth's moral weaknesses, and compare his advancement with that of white youths, do not consider the influence of the memories which cling about the old family homesteads.
These forces are one of the elements of national force participating in the protection of the strategic interests of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia alongside other elements of the national force enjoying follow-up and direct attention of Prince Miteb bin Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, Minister of the National Guard.
He said over the past few years, the China-Turkmenistan strategic partnership has reached a high level under direct attention and promotion of the head of state of the two countries.
Specialized services for the direct attention of the users associated with the administration of justice in Galicia support.
The incident was the first to direct attention to the Al-Qaeda organisation and its activities.
While giving updates about his wife's labour, the singer did not fail to direct attention to the brand for future updates.
It may be well to direct attention to an article written by Dr.
Wiser heads, meanwhile, seek to direct attention to areas of concern whose existence proves that, to some degree at least, Mr Gove's doubts are shared.
My aim is to direct attention to women's projects that have been neglected by the male dominated council over the past eight years," she said.
These rankings direct attention to certain comparative strengths and weaknesses.
He is equally renowned for his development of the Six Thinking Hats[R] technique and the Direct Attention Thinking Tools(tm) (D.
It will be nice to direct attention to Fort William as it played an important role in the development of the Highlands.