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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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Finally the BBC has seen sense and will use Barts as the presenter on Shergar Cup day
Thankfully, developers have seen sense this time, allowing you to roam free as Hulk all of the time, picking up and destroying pretty much anything you come across.
TV bosses have finally seen sense and viewers now get an hour of the drama.
I cannot even begin to imagine what was going through the minds of the powers-that-be who actually chose all the other monstrosities in city centre, but finally they've seen sense and chosen something that our city can be proud of
At last the state had seen sense and was prepared to put millions of public money into buildings, paintings and sculpture.
Speaking after EU Commission Vice-President Neelie Kroes moved to end the high rates, Mr Prendergast said: "Finally, the Commission has seen sense beyond the lobbying barrage from the telecoms industry.
He said: "I am delighted that Ideal Care Homes have finally seen sense and withdrawn this unwanted application.
We have been trying to persuade them for a while now that this is not a good idea for this part of Newcastle, and I'm glad they have seen sense on this.
We reported the story on Saturday and today are able to say that thankfully, someone has seen sense and the cherished plant has been returned.
THANK the Lord someone has finally seen sense over the ludicrous banning of visitors taking flowers into hospitals or sitting on their relatives' beds.
Lifeboatman Martin Douglas said he was glad Henry had seen sense.
I AM so glad that the unions have at last seen sense and have backed down and called off Tuesday's one day strike.