call attention to

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This I have said here, not to call attention to myself as an individual, but to the race to which I am proud to belong.
In the first place, we must call attention to the extreme care he gave to his linen, the only distinction that well- bred men can nowadays exhibit in their clothes.
The typographic stunts call attention to form in the same way oriental calligraphy calls attention to form.
LoCA" Seeks to Call Attention to Region and its Passion for Wine
The failure to exhaust all reasonable efforts to call attention to potential misconduct involving a member and House page is not merely the exercise of poor judgment, it is a present danger to House pages and to the integrity of the institution of the House.
The monkeys have a "pyow" sound to call attention to leopards and a "hack" sound to warn of an eagle.
Her mission is dearly to call attention to the erasure of Canada Lee and make his forgotten story memorable once more.
the renunciation and profession; baptismal architecture ("the font should be of a size sufficient to call attention to itself," p.
We generally led discrete lives not wanting to call attention to ourselves.
I just hope to call attention to how skewed the summer daylight hours are relative to the average Japanese citizen's schedule--and compared to the rest of the world," says King.
In my own experience, what protects incompetence in the bureaucracy is the spirit of collegiality that encourages government officials not to blow the whistle on the other guy's ineptitude lest he call attention to theirs.
Appearing as illustrations in Myth, Memory, and the Making of the American Landscape, these images call attention to the problem which the authors of this essay collection ably illuminate.