To call to mind

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • To call to mind to recollect; to revive in memory.
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Quotations

  • Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
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    “People do not mind their faults being spread out before them, but they become impatient if called on to give them up.”
  • Napoleon Hill
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    “Success in its highest and noblest form calls for peace of mind and enjoyment and happiness which come only to the man who has found the work that he likes best.”

Usage

In literature:

Although no water was found here, what it pleases me to call my mind was immediately made up.
"Australia Twice Traversed, The Romance of Exploration" by Ernest Giles
The faults of fathers must not Be called to mind.
"Boris Godunov" by Alexander Pushkin
One of her pleasures consisted in calling to mind the sayings of the old man.
"A Zola Dictionary" by J. G. Patterson
Nevertheless, wakened out of her melancholia and called to the dinner table, she changed her mind.
"Sister Carrie" by Theodore Dreiser
Call to mind all the mysterious circumstances, the veiled hints, of that trial.
"The Paradise Mystery" by J. S. Fletcher
Take it as a gift from Tachot, and sometimes call to mind our games in the Sais gardens.
"An Egyptian Princess, Complete" by Georg Ebers
Then will he call to mind the past, his childhood and youth, his pure love and yours.
"Margery [Gred], Complete A Tale Of Old Nuremberg" by Georg Ebers
I should prefer it to any further effort to follow the gyrations of the weathercock you no doubt call your mind.
"Press Cuttings" by George Bernard Shaw
I can't call it to mind.
"A Tramp Abroad" by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
I have notes of this slang somewhere, but at the moment I can call to mind only a few of the words and phrases.
"Following the Equator, Part 3" by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
And I call to mind now that he always admired thunder.
"The Gilded Age, Part 4." by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) and Charles Dudley Warner
Many a man there is who can call to mind, across forty years, a silly passage like this in his life.
"Catharine Furze" by Mark Rutherford
We called to mind the horns of the rising sun, and I repeated the noble passage from Taylor's HOLY DYING.
"Biographia Literaria" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Argilius called to mind that none intrusted with a similar mission had ever returned.
"Athens: Its Rise and Fall, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
She seemed trying to call back her mind to consider my question.
"Mrs. Falchion, Complete" by Gilbert Parker
I call to mind when I first saw him.
"The Seats Of The Mighty, Complete" by Gilbert Parker
Now, the effect of such discoveries, as we have related, depends upon the type of mind to whose attention they are called.
"Curiosities of the Sky" by Garrett Serviss
When the sun was up next day, she called to her brother, 'Go and mind the goats.
"The Grey Fairy Book" by Various
He says he doesn't mind being called "Big-foot," because he is six feet two in height, and is entitled to big feet.
"Crooked Trails" by Frederic Remington
What I want to know is whether your art (or whatever you call it) can get at my diseased mind, through my healthy body.
"Blind Love" by Wilkie Collins
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In poetry:

For I 'listed in this army
Not exactly to my mind;
But my country called for helpers,
And I could not stay behind.
"A Rainy Day in Camp" by Anonymous Americas
Sir Eldred's heart was ever kind,
Alive to Pity's call;
A crowd of virtues grac'd his mind,
He loved, and felt for all.
"Sir Eldred Of The Bower : A Legendary Tale: In Two Parts" by Hannah More
When midnight darkness veils the skies,
I call thy works to mind;
My thoughts in warm devotion rise,
And sweet acceptance find.
"Psalm 119 part 2" by Isaac Watts
My spirit sinks within me, Lord,
But I will call thy name to mind,
And times of past distress record,
When I have found my God was kind.
"Psalm 42 part 2" by Isaac Watts
And, lo! a voice before me
Kept calling constantly
The hopes my mind accepted,
My flesh refused to see--
Of one I loved and loved not,
Whose spirit spake to me.
"Which?" by Madison Julius Cawein
Hail! hail thou glorious first!
Proud day of Liberty,
Thy dawning wakes the burst
Of India's jubilee;
And calls to mind that happy morn
When Freedom's thousand sons were born.
"The First Of August" by James Madison Bell

In news:

The experimental Brazilian beat-music producer Amon Tobin vaulted to the front of his genre when he unveiled a mind-bending new live setup he calls "ISAM.LIVE".
Called Far and Wide to Touch Minds.
Inquiring minds want to know, so I investigated and learned that an improbable event known as "the Olympics" is being held at some made-up sounding place called "London".
CHICAGO — This generation of young Americans has been called many things, from civic-minded to "entitled".
The National Geography Bee tests not only knowledge of geography but also the ability to call that knowledge to mind on stage in front of hundreds of people.
As I read about the plans of Wal-Mart Stores Inc and American Express Co. To launch a prepaid card called Bluebird, one question kept coming to mind.
Her raw guitar and vocal range call to mind Melissa Etheridge or Melissa Ferrick.
The term " hippie " did not appear in what we now call the Maui "media" until 1967, two years after the initial reconnaissance team – in the headline "Citizens Urged to have Open Mind Regarding Hippies ".
(AP) — Les Miles says LSU is mindful of the lessons to be learned from its tense comeback victory over Mississippi in the so-called Magnolia Bowl.
Congressman Ryan has written a book called A Mindful Nation and now with the conviction of a missionary, he's peddling its message to anyone who will listen.
Senate democrats called for Governor Tom Corbett to keep certain priorities in mind before making his 2013 budget proposal next month.
To take our minds off the election, a feature called Puffs and Pans has been created.
With a vision in mind and a plan in place, incoming college athletes choose a program to call home.
No matter how many years you are from calling it quits, it's essential to have some kind of plan in mind for financing retirement.
Esther Bubley's image of a train platform in New York calls to mind an Edward Hopper canvas.
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In science:

Let us consider a simple minded approach to simulate the system; we shall call this analogue Monte Carlo.
An Introduction to Monte Carlo Simulation of Statistical physics Problem
The two classical limit theorems we have in mind are the law of large numbers, for which such classes are called Glivenko-Cantel li, and the central limit theorem, which gives rise to Donsker classes.
Random processes via the combinatorial dimension: introductory notes
With this philosophy in mind, it is possible to mechanically transform every program to so-called ‘continuation passing style’ (CPS) where all functions take as an extra parameter.
A novel approach to symbolic algebra
Then, we take both the quantum fields and space-time structure, that gives the space-time relationships between them, to be basic elements in what we call the Universal Mind or Universal Consciousness.
Founding quantum theory on the basis of consciousness
With this in mind, we define a new move on Gauss phrases called component permutation which allows us to permute the components of a Gauss phrase.
Homotopy invariants of Gauss phrases
One elementary equivalence principle is the kind Newton had in mind when he stated that the property of a body called “mass” is proportional to the “weight”, and is known as the weak equivalence principle (WEP).
The Confrontation between General Relativity and Experiment
We are at the western end of Europe, a place which calls to mind the history of how the New World was discovered.
Theoretical summary: The First International Conference on Hard and Electromagnetic Probes in Relativistic Nuclear Collisions
This calls to mind a similar observation at SPS energy by CERES where for a condition pt ≥ 1.2 GeV/c also very strong broadening of the away-side structure with increasing collision centrality was observed.
Experimental Summary, ICPAQGP05 Conference
One elementary equivalence principle is the kind Newton had in mind when he stated that the property of a body called “mass” is proportional to the “weight”, and is known as the weak equivalence principle (WEP).
The Confrontation between General Relativity and Experiment
Keeping this in mind we will call all covariance matrices fulfilling Eq. (13) fully separable to keep our notation simple.
Optimal entanglement witnesses for continuous-variable systems
The same comment on non-Gaussian states that we made after the criterion for full separability applies here which we have to keep in mind when we call all covariance matrices fulfilling Eq. (14) bi-separ able.
Optimal entanglement witnesses for continuous-variable systems
Keeping in mind the above, we now assume that two players are placed each one close to one of the two dice, who we shall call player A and player B .
Quantum dice
Given the lack of symmetry of the diffuse emission (henceforth called the wind, bearing in mind alternative explanations of its origin as wind-shocked ambient material or even a hydrostatic halo as discussed in Sect. 5) apparent in Fig. 1, it is not obvious what geometry to choose.
ROSAT Observations of the Galactic Wind in M82
Since AX is convex, and Y is on the boundary of AX , the half-open line segment joining W to Y (call it [W, Y ), bearing in mind that Y 6∈ [W, Y )) lies in AX .
The Physics and Mathematics of the Second Law of Thermodynamics
For simplicity, we call ~a(~q, w) the deflection angle at distance w of a light ray starting into direction ~q on the observer’s sky, bearing in mind that it is the deflection angle relative to an arbitrar ily chosen fiducial ray, so that ~a(~q, w) is far from unique.
Weak Gravitational Lensing
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