conjure up

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Roger Protz, of the Good Beer Guide, said: "It's a great drink but the name mild does conjure up an image problem.
Acoustic Energy has summoned all its audio wizardy to conjure up this spellbinding system, equpping it with Bluetooth A2DP audio streaming for playing tracks wirelessly from your mobile.
The religious right would like the word heterosexual to conjure up demure married couples who have sex in locked bedrooms purely for the purpose of procreation.
In another story, "True Romance," an isolated romance writer, thought to be a pot grower, has settled in a remote area where he can conjure up his private myths.
the names conjure up a complex and ever-changing labour force landscape.
FOR those grown-ups who haven't lost the excitement and enjoyment their imaginations can conjure up when playing with toy soldiers, then Time Commander has been something of a revelation.
The deeply recessed windows conjure up the look of 16th-century villas; brick and iron enrichments add to that time-worn appeal.