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Evocation

Ev`o`ca´tion
n.1.The act of calling out or forth.
The evocation of that better spirit.
- M. Arnold.
Noun1.evocation - imaginative re-creation
2.evocation - calling up supposed supernatural forces by spells and incantations
Synonyms: summoning
3.evocation - stimulation that calls up (draws forth) a particular class of behaviors; "the elicitation of his testimony was not easy"

EVOCATION, French law. The act by which a judge is deprived of the cognizance of a suit over which he had jurisdiction, for the purpose of conferring on other judges the power of deciding it. This is done with us by writ of certiorari.

arousal, beck, beck and call, bidding, bringing out, call, calling, calling forth, cameo, catalog, cataloging, character, character sketch, characterization, conjuration, conjurement, convocation, delineation, depiction, description, details, drawing out, eduction, exorcisation, exorcism, exsufflation, graphic account, image, imagery, impression, incantation, indent, invocation, itemization, limning, nod, particularization, photograph, picture, portrait, portraiture, portrayal, preconization, profile, rendering, rendition, representation, requisition, sketch, specification, summons, vignette, vivid description, word painting
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