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to call forth or bring out (something latent, hidden, or unexpressed)

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Evoke Group said by integrating the emotional insights that fuel creative with advanced media strategy and technology, the company can offer clients the ability to engage and build more valuable relationships.
Mr Green is acquiring all shares in Evoke Gaming Ltd from Bonnier Growth Media.
Based in Rochester, NY, Evoke Healthy Foods makes nutritionally-focused breakfast cereals with ingredients that are good for your body- whole grains, dried fruits, nuts and seeds.
Imagination Technologies Group plc (FTSE:IMG), a provider of semiconductor System on Chip Intellectual Property (SoC IP), has reported that its PURE Digital brand launched on Tuesday (26 August) the first 'connected' radio, EVOKE Flow, and its complementary radio and media portal, the PURE Lounge.
Guests at selected Travelodge hotels will be able to choose from the following exclusive 'ReminiScents' free of charge: The Sea - to evoke memories of holidays.
In their consideration of the built environment, the images evoke those of Andreas Gursky--Brasilia, General Assembly 1, 1994, in particular--but when Gursky's touring midcareer retrospective appeared at the Museum in 2003, it was presented in galleries designated more emphatically as spaces for art, suggesting a critical difference in curatorial perception of the artists' intent.
Others wear it on their sleeves for everyone to see and to try to evoke sympathy.
I am amazed that such everyday products as can openers, oven mitts, and vacuum cleaners can evoke so much passion amongst their owners.
Data discovery and profiling software provider Evoke Software Corp.
Both groups of women wear loose shirts that evoke football jerseys, and the clashing colors of the shirts (blue and orange for the Jigaboos, and silver and black for the Wannabes) depict the ideological distance between the women.
They are grounded in real life, in the private shards of O'Brien's own family, and their power rests in the teal lives they evoke through the strains of 20th-century popular music.
That will evoke the Highlight Changes dialog box (see exhibit 6, page 63).
Whether you are using this duet as a festival or recital selection, it is sure to evoke favorable responses from those who hear it.
The posters' antique Modernism may have been intended to evoke positive memories of a stalwart and determined Churchillian Britain.