How to use Bring-to-mind in a sentence

bring-to-mind
  • All these approaches bring to mind conflict resolution studies.

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  • One of these was a cartoon or monochrome painting of Adam and Eve in tempera, and in this, besides the beauty of the figures, the infinite truth and elaboration of the foliage and animals in the background are celebrated in terms which bring to mind the treatment of the subject by Albrecht Darer in his famous engraving done thirty years later.

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  • Does " one TRILLION pounds " not bring to mind Dr. Evil for anybody else here?

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  • While the word "puzzle" may bring to mind a toy for an older child, there are plenty of puzzles perfect for toddlers ages 1 and up.

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  • Delicate pinks, soft greens, sweet lavenders, and pale yellows bring to mind sweet baby girls in lace and ruffles.

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  • Shades of blue bring to mind the bright, sunny French skies and soft greens reminisce of the green rolling hills of the French countryside.

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  • While the words "hand painted tile" may bring to mind images of flat, white tiles with an image of a piece of fruit or a fruit basket on them, made popular during the 80s and 90s, today's hand painted tiles are completely different.

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  • The thought of plus size ped socks may initially bring to mind those low-cut socks with the little fuzzy ball on the ankle, but there's no need to stop there.

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  • If skirted swimsuits bring to mind breezy skirts that are too matronly for you, a smaller skirt may suit you better.

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  • Seventies fashion may bring to mind flashbacks of bell bottoms and bandanas along with flower power rings, but recreating this look today need not require a trip to the vintage thrift store.

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  • While holiday and Christmas dresses for women may bring to mind red, forest green, silver, and gold styles, you will often see them in black, navy blue, royal blue, plum, and even hot pink.

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  • These fragrances bring to mind holidays in the autumn and winter, popular choices for filling your home or office with scents of the seasons.

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  • The worst examples bring to mind images of a smarmy lady's man in a bad suit working his "magic" at the bar.

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  • Naturally the term "pocketbook" itself may bring to mind visions of pockets, which are wonderful for organization.

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  • St. Tropez Quilted Keepers bring to mind island life with their tropical colors of sea green and pink.

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  • Many are attracted to loose, long hair and flowing clothes that bring to mind their watery influences.

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  • These panties may bring to mind images of Marilyn Monroe and other 1950s starlets.

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  • The following tips can help keep your teen's bedroom a safe, inhabitable space that won't bring to mind the last episode of "Hoarders" you watched.

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  • High school bullies bring to mind stolen lunch money and fights behind the bleachers.

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