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invoke

verb ask solemnly for, beg for, bid, call on for a blessing, call on for help, call up, conjure, entreat, implore, invocare, invocate, raise spirits, recite a spell, recite an incantation, summon, summon by incantation
Associated concepts: invoke the authority of the court, innoke the Fifth Amendment
See also: adduce, bear, call, summon
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Shortly thereafter, Oprah often invokes Black Speak in a manner that delineates the important points of the show's topic and affirms her rapport with the audience, as is evident in the following excerpt from a 1997 broadcast:
United States,(4) the Supreme Court recently considered the degree of clarity necessary for a custodial suspect to invoke the Miranda right to counsel.
The comprehensive disclosure necessary to invoke competent authority may create fears that confidentiality might be impaired, particularly where the information is shared with the foreign CA.
In effect, the operation we wish to invoke is passed to the object.
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