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to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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In describing the personalities of various family members come together, Bishop Pryse brought to mind the myriad harmonious voices and competing, discordant opinions which comprise our synodical family.
The article brought to mind the sensation caused in 1989 when the program Mathematica was first demonstrated on the University of Rochester campus to a standing room-only crowd of graduate students and professors.
Students completed a section of the presurvey asking them to describe what the term mentoring brought to mind. Their responses usually began with "A mentor is someone who..." and the student would go on to describe the role of the mentor or the criteria she used to select a mentor.
But they also brought to mind another concern: aggressive accounting.
The incident was brought to mind by an encounter at Lambeth between a gay Christian leader and a Nigerian bishop who, shouting "Repent!" laid hold of the man and attempted to exorcise his homosexual demons.
Rob Boston's experience with Jerry Falwell on a recent TV show ("People and Events," June Church & State) brought to mind an experience I had with Jerry several years ago.
This most recent AP misrepresentation brought to mind another AP story written several years earlier about Honduras' de facto former leader.
deals with what's been happening in the news, this book can go a long way towards answering the questions also brought to mind by the article.
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.