Not for a further 25 years did Dallapiccola summon up the courage to write to Schoenberg and explain how that evening had been a defining moment in his life.
A few people worked out what was going on, but couldn't summon up the interest to write in.
The emphatic gold cross of the foreground casts what is in effect its shadow, in the off-white form ‘behind’ it, to summon depth and encourage our involvement.
In the bedroom and bathroom are other safety gadgets - alarms that automatically summon help if the floor floods, or if the wearer takes a fall.
Wanderers didn't strain every sinew and summon every ounce of effort to gain promotion just to spend a season in the Premiership playing for sympathy.
Manda proposed that the ZRFU should summon a meeting of councillors to discuss the change of tenure of office from two to four years and then hold elections for new office bearers.
And they said the mobile phone they used to summon help had only one bar of battery power left when they found a signal.
He tried to summon help but the call buttons had still not been repaired.
In a split second, her crew had to summon every ounce of leadership, courage and training they had ever known to rescue shipmates and help keep their ship afloat.
I know it constitutes an effort to summon up a sense of everyday life in a small town that is not precisely like every other in Germany.