jog the memory

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Det Chief Insp Dave Cox said: "It's an extremely popular area for walkers and our aim is to jog the memory of potential witnesses.
JUST trying to jog the memory of anyone who may have witnessed a theft last Wednesday night, July 9.
Robinson's collection of 1,000 A to Z classic TV show jingles is presented in brief paragraphs that include the central characters of the show and the actors who portrayed them; the theme song and who wrote and performed it; and a summary of what the show was about--just enough to jog the memory and start the reels rolling in one's head.
A friend said: "We hope it will the jog the memory of someone.
Police wanted to jog the memory of anyone with information about the incident at 10am on Thursday October 27.
Police investigating the murder of a young French student hope CCTV footage of her will help jog the memory of anyone who saw her the night she was killed.
Detective Inspector Tom Martin, one of the officers in charge, said he hoped the new pictures would jog the memory of anyone who may have seen Jodi between leaving her house and being confronted by her killer.
Detective Inspector Tom Martin, one of the officers leading the murder inquiry, said he hoped the new pictures would jog the memory of anyone who may have seen Jodi between leaving her house and being confronted by her killer.
Police last night released the film footage in the hope that it might jog the memory of potential witnesses.
Perhaps this first in-depth museum survey, curated by Russell Ferguson, will jog the memory.
Looking over the hundreds of dishes tried the past year and mentioned in my weekly restaurant reviews, there are 20 that jog the memory enough to warrant ``best of the year'' status.
A spokesman said: "We have released the video in the hope that it will jog the memory of anyone who saw Zoe last Saturday.