Call To Mind
is joined by fellow Newmarket raider Prince Of Arran (Charlie Fellowes/Irad Ortiz), a winner over two miles at Meydan in February, and the French-trained Funny Kid (Christophe Ferland/Maxime Guyon).
Its sloping top and the religious air of the tablets unequivocally call to mind
an open Bible resting on a podium.
Overall, the choreography is enhanced by images of animals roaming in the wild: The isolation of the dancers' body parts call to mind
the gestures and attitudes of the various creatures.
Author Cathrene Valente Youngquist pairs both with a rhythmic Caribbean dialect in her re-creation of the Brothers Grimm tale The Three Billygoats Gruff Illustrated with vibrant colors that quickly call to mind
the Caribbean's deep blue sea and luscious green terrain, the picture book is as fun to look at as it is to read.
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the value of having members' e-mail addresses.
However, results of research on the purported health benefits of mirth call to mind
a well-told joke with a punch line that falls flat.
In doing so, they call to mind
the life, death, and Resurrection of Jesus and give thanks.
The moment is opportune, we believe, for Catholic Insight to call to mind
for our readers some of the details of previous legislation and also decisions of the Supreme Court which affect present-day thinking.
Whenever I get into a conversation about Marilyn Nelson's poetry my mind always somehow comes back to the closing lines of "May Your Love Convert Lucifer," which embody the message and tone of her work as well as any passage of hers I can call to mind
Comparisons between different works of Civitali himself can be instantly illuminated by reference to the illustrations (for example plates 16 and 26), but few readers are likely to be able to call to mind
Antonio Rossellino's figure of St.
If in the end a critical reader does not quite find herself or himself at the very epicenter of Maya campesino thinking about the political world, Wells and Joseph have brought us closer to the motives and ideas of common people in revolt than any other recent study of popular protest one can call to mind
. The untravelled distance finally results not from any failure of good intention, research, or imaginative nerve on the authors' parts, but rather from the elliptical nature of the documents at their disposal and the well known bias of such documents in favor of the literate and powerful as opposed to the uninscribed and poor.