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in economist article, There is a sentence :

"Although “impeachment” most often calls to mind embattled occupants of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, it is far from a mere American phenomenon."

I want to know the meaning of this sentence and specifically what does "call" and "mind" means in this sentence?

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Call to mind is an idiom meaning "remember", or "remind".

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