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- n. An order to report for military service.
- v. To retrieve from personal or computer memory.
- v. To call on the telephone.
- v. To select e.g. to a sports squad.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. bring forward for consideration
- v. get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone
- v. recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection
- v. call to arms; of military personnel
- n. an order to report for military duty
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"Ye'd better jest put up here, now, till daylight," said he, heartily, "and I'll call up the old woman, and have a bed got ready for you in no time."
Overseers call up their hogs every day and feed thm. and want them to the
“To make a call from a public phone-box … Whom did she call up usually?”
We'll call up Goebel and tell him to come get them.
She fought through everything she could call up from the dark recesses of her mind, chased down every fleeting newly released image of her parents, of magic, of Oria.
When the time comes to call up Mr. Sackett, I'll let you know.
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How I should like to touch all the strings which not only call up stormy feelings, but also awaken again the songs whose half-dying echo is still flitting on the banks of the
"But Ferrol was right about one thing: if we ever had time to call up help from the Starforce, we don't any more."
Until A. P. Hill arrived from Harper's Ferry—if he could hope to complete his march that day—Jones could call up two regiments only.