draw attention

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  • It is the album that first drew attention to the band.
  • Because quite often, inside the business you can't draw attention to things.
  • The incident drew attention to the fact that an all-female prison was necessary.
  • They can also draw attention to current events of special importance.
  • Why in the world need he draw attention to it? Cited from Famous Modern Ghost Stories, by Various, Ed.: Emily Dorothy Scarborough
  • They walked by the couple a few times, trying to draw attention to themselves.
  • A page was turned down, as if to draw attention to some passage. Cited from New Grub Street, by George Gissing
  • One of the men gave a slight motion to draw attention to himself. Cited from Planet of the Damned, by Harry Harrison
  • Members changed as the group became better known and drew attention from the West Coast.
  • To one of these it is worth while to draw attention. Cited from George Bernard Shaw, by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  • St. Paul threw away something which drew attention to her and which gave her character. Cited from American Adventures, by Julian Street
  • I would first draw attention to one important fact. Cited from Trent's Last Case, by E.C.(Edmund Clerihew)Bentley
  • He learned how to use light, or the lack of it, to draw attention to his subject.
  • It was an area where the prestigious family could draw attention to themselves.
  • The figures continue to draw attention in the present day.
  • Williams was to draw attention to the plan through the public papers.
  • There are a few points in connection with these figures to which I would draw attention. Cited from The Mafulu, by Robert W. Williamson
  • The stories drew attention to the group's connections with the local police.
  • In this way they draw attention to themselves and prevent people from turning to the true God.
  • His performances drew attention to a number of first division clubs, but the club decided to keep him.
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