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verb call to mind, call up, conceive, conjure up, conjure up an image, contemplate in the imagination, envisage, envision, have a picture of, perceive, realize, view, visualize
See also: apprehend, comprehend, conceive, detect, discern, discover, note, notice, observe, perceive, pierce, realize, recognize, regard, spy, understand, watch, witness
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Coalition members said that they saw reason for both pessimism and optimism in the report's findings.
Chatterjee saw reason in having an auction but in a tempered manner so that operators and subscribers don't bleed to death and their financial sustainability is not hit.
Drawing on a long-standing tradition in Jewish thought, Salanter saw reason as what distinguished human beings from animals, but he saw reason as incredibly weak, in need of support from the more "animalistic" parts of the human soul.
Tom Cowan, Marcus Stewart and Chris Marsden were some of the other names mentioned but poster Fatlad saw reason to disagree: "Chris Marsden?
While some saw Emanuel's subsequent vote for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act in Congress as a hopeful sign, others saw reason for pessimism in his reputation for ruthlessness.
While most preseason predictions focused on the return of Jeremiah Masoli, Blount and the bulk of the defense, the Wall Street Journal looked at the inexperienced offensive line and saw reason for concern.
After all, this policy was outlined publicly by Dov Weisglass not so long ago when he promised that Israel would put Gaza on a punishing "starvation diet" until it saw reason and evicted its democratically elected government.
But investors also saw reason to sell as the White House rejected on Monday reconstruction plans that General Motors Corp.
The earlier government of Benazir Bhutto saw reason in their demand, in spite of it having emerged from outside of the parliamentary platform and subsequently did the military government of General Pervez Musharraf.
Three village chieftains, two government schoolteachers and some literate youths saw reason in it and became friendly with Cuts volunteers.