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Bring to mind an image of someone who is warm, caring, loving and kind.
Donna Ogle, past president of the International Reading Association, says district-wide clubs bring to mind a similar reading trend--shared reading and discussions at the essence of many district staff development models today.
In a quiet, relaxed state, bring to mind a picture or an idea of your goal exactly as you want it to unfold.
Because the feasts of All Souls and All Saints bring to mind the dearly departed, this from poet-undertaker Thomas Lynch's award-winning book, The Undertaking:
The introduction and opening bars of "Glory to God" bring to mind a trumpet fanfare, whereas the plaintive melody of "Lamb of God" would lend itself beautfully to a cello solo.
Fridson, managing director of Merrill Lynch & Company, explains his strategies for becoming a magnate can only bring to mind The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli.
Honore in Paris, among other famous streets, immediately bring to mind high-end retail, Madison Avenue brings to mind designer clothiers and expensive accessories.
Another jagged slab, called "Nature as Fingerpainter," is covered with curvy wrinkles that bring to mind thumbprints or the fleshy folds of an infant's skin.
Loquasto also designed the costumes, which bring to mind those by Natalia Gontcharova for the 1923 Les Noces for Diaghilev's Ballets Russes.
Honest reflection by police officers will invariably bring to mind past incidents where they failed to live up to an acceptable standard of civility.
One definition of "independent" is "free from the influence, guidance, or control of another or others; self reliant." "Contractor" is defined as "one who agrees to furnish materials or perform services at a specified price, especially for construction." These definitions bring to mind the image of carpenters, plumbers, masons, and a variety of other similar tradespeople.