Some articles on attention, drew attention, drew:
... found throughout the late 19th century and 20th century, although they did not receive much attention ... skeleton, this time including a partial skull (NMC 8537), and drew attention to the genus' heavy build and thick bones due to these differences from the regular light hypsilophodont build, he ... He drew attention to its premaxillary teeth and deeply inset toothline which he interpreted as supporting the presence of muscular cheeks ...
... The publication of the book Silent Spring (1962) by Rachel Carson drew attention to the impact of chemicals on the natural environment ... In 1971, the conclusion of a law suit in Japan drew international attention to the effects of decades of mercury poisoning on the people of Minamata ... At the same time, emerging scientific research drew new attention to existing and hypothetical threats to the environment and humanity ...
Famous quotes containing the words attention and/or drew:
“The unities, sir, he said, are a completenessa kind of universal dovetailedness with regard to place and timea sort of general oneness, if I may be allowed to use so strong an expression. I take those to be the dramatic unities, so far as I have been enabled to bestow attention upon them, and I have read much upon the subject, and thought much.”
—Charles Dickens (18121870)
“Desponding Phyllis was endud
With evry Talent of a Prude,
She trembled when a Man drew near;
Salute her, and she turnd her Ear:
If oer against her you were placd
She durst not look above your Waist;”
—Jonathan Swift (16671745)