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President of the United States to call forth the militia of such
The careful monitoring of the market will be made more credible by action: Persistent and large-scale price anomalies consistent with a manipulative squeeze will call forth two sets of policy responses.
If books like this fuel the environmental movement the way sound bites stimulate voters, the best we can hope for is that an upwelling of ignorance will call forth an outpouring of willing educators and editors.
He embodied an approach to leadership that helped to call forth the best in each of us.
Just as the impact of violence is often a precursor to retaliation, so a loving act can call forth the potential of more love.
Congress, which is granted sole power in the Constitution to declare war and to call forth the militia to "suppress insurrections, and repel invasions," has abdicated.
For Christians, the cross of Jesus Christ signifies God's power to conquer sin and to call forth life from death itself; it is also a reminder of God's patience, wisdom, and incomprehensible love for humanity.
Sandback's use of string to delimit the space of the work of art and Serra's use of steel sculptures with no center and therefore no closure call forth the religious insights of Buddhism and Christian a-theology.
As a result, generalizations and thematic overviews inevitably call forth exceptions that render broad statements either inappropriate or inaccurate.
She confessed to being ``completely scared of all the people and feelings'' that such a post would call forth.