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tending to bring a memory, mood, or image, for example, subtly or indirectly to mind

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serving to bring to mind

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BEIRUT: Hiba Kalache's first solo exhibition is evocatively titled.
It is the evocatively named enchanter's nightshade, a name which you think must surely have a story attached to it.
These sunglasses are an ideal match to any of the brand's superlative watch designs, from the sporty and polished Aquaracer 500M Calibre 5 to the evocatively classic Monaco.
The patina of rust also speaks evocatively and poignantly of the passage of time.
Heat, the Bunny-men, the Lotus Eaters, and the Teardrops evocatively sung by the brilliant cast melded the whole thing together along with hilarious caricatures of some seriously megaloma-niacal main players on the scene of the time such as Macca (the other one), Copey, Burnsie, and, of course, Wylie.
adapts an ancient moral tale The Contest Between the Sun and the Wind: An Aesop's Fable, a children's picturebook evocatively illustrated by Parent's Choice Award artist Susan Gaber.
The expressions on the characters' faces evocatively reflect longing, love and hope.
Evocatively shot, this is a smart and witty film with shocking and emotional moments.
On our website, he evocatively explains his choice of locations.
The various segments of the score alternately and evocatively convey the story's lurid yet exciting plot.
As the title page evocatively proclaims, the printing was undertaken at the behest of 'Andrew Hestere, dwellynge in Paules churchyard at the sygne of the white horse' and was 'there to be solde'.
To reveal any more would give away a key source of suspense grounding this evocatively scripted detective story.
DRUMMER EVOCATIVELY ADDRESSES AND CELEBRATES HIS DRUM.
Emily Morris takes on the role of Rachel and set designer David Ellis has created an evocatively shabby old manor house as the backcloth for the tale of suspense and dark romance.
Moreover, one wonders if the ways in which the particular types of family and gender performances that were produced in South Asia might illuminate other "histories of relatedness," as Chatterjee so evocatively calls them.