call attention

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Synonyms for call attention

point out carefully and clearly

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The call attention notice says seeking foreign countries' help was tantamount to inviting them especially arch enemy India to interfere in Pakistan's internal affairs.
19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- LoCA is the new brand being promoted nationally beginning today to call attention to the Lodi region and its passion for wine.
I still try to be discrete, not call attention to myself, and pass in the company of strangers.
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.
With a concentration and patience that imposed an extremely slow rhythm of production on him--the ten years that separated the two exhibitions must seem a reasonable lapse of time to van Golden--he has striven to call attention to visual events.
Tom's run across the state was one of the best ways I can think of to call attention to the benefits of homegrown, renewable E85 fuel.
I invoke this experience not to call attention to my academic achievements, but as a concrete--and not so unique--example of both the promise of affirmative action and the fallacy of defining merit or qualifications exclusively or principally in terms of performance on standardized tests.
DeVille failed to call attention to the need for better education.
The employee had been involved in a "peaceful protest" designed to call attention to jail employees' working conditions such as low wages and staff shortages.
The author's debut titles call attention to countless children who deal with name-calling and peer pressure every day.
One such "Journal Focus" question might be to call attention to a modernistic work of art in their textbooks and ask them to support why they feel the piece should or should not be considered art.
However, it did little to call attention to the appointment of Defense Department attorney David M.
More than 300 nursing home workers, union representatives, residents, and policymakers gathered on the steps of the New Jersey State Capitol to call attention to the chronic staffing crisis in the state's nursing homes.