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2007. Zerzan, John. ''Silence''.
- Silence is primary, summoning presence to itself; so it's a connection to the realm of origin.
To rouse oneself to exert a skill.
1866, Pierre Bigandet, ''The Life or Legend of Gaudama, the Buddha of the Burmese, with annotations and notice on the Phongyies or Burmese monks'', page 396
- For securing the attainment of what he considered to be a most desirable end, he summoned all his abilities with a most praiseworthy energy and perseverance.
2011, Sister Louise Sweigart, cgs, ''Joseph: A Guiding Light'', Inspiring Voices (ISBN), page 61
- Joseph needed to summon all his reserve to keep his self-control, for no sooner had Asa voiced his request than Joseph recalled his remark to Aaron about a child being given to this couple in lieu of their giving Mary to him.
November 2 2014, Daniel Taylor, "Sergio Agüero strike wins derby for Manchester City against 10-man United," ''guardian.co.uk''
- City will feel nonplussed when they review the tape and Pellegrini had to summon all his restraint in the post-match interviews.
To call a resource by magic.
2010, Kay Hooper, ''The Wizard of Seattle'', Fanfare (ISBN)
- “Why won&39;t you teach me to summon water? I can summon fire so easily, it&39;s only logical that I should learn to put out my mistakes.”
quoted in 2013, Robin Sterling, ''People and Things from the Cullman, Alabama Tribune 1898-1913'' (page 172)
- The deceased was 58 years of age, was the picture of health even five or six hours prior to his death, when suddenly the grim messenger came with a summon from a Higher Tribunal, calling him to duties above.