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bring

to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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Initializing in August and continuing throughout the remainder of 2007, Bring Me A Book will place their innovative Bookcase Libraries throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Seattle, New York, Denver, San Antonio and Minneapolis.
Raise a plate, dumbbell or medicine ball above the head, then bend at the knees with back straight in a natural arch (no rounding of the back that will place too much stress on the lower back) and bring the object through both legs (almost like hiking a football), then stand up and hold the object with outstretched arms at chest level and twist from left to right.
There was such promise, then, such future: Bring them down to your
Visitors need to bring money for food and souvenirs or pay a $3 fee to use an automatic teller machine.
Morris says choosing the right vendor not only depends on their talent and resources, but in their ability to resonate with a specific market and bring new ideas to the forefront.
Keep your hands on your hips, behind your back holding your elbows, or on a chair if you can't (yet) bring your hands into Reverse Prayer Position.
cried the forest animals "You bring salad," Rabbit told Squirrel.
I think I could bring some insights to Sudbury and northeastern Ontario (because) this is my home.
Investors bring much-needed funds and they disperse their home countries' values, norms, and priorities worldwide.
The appeals court held that the Prison Litigation Reform At (PLRA) does not require a prisoner to allege or prove serious, permanent physical injury in order to bring an action for violation of his constitutional rights.
Bring to a simmer until the cherries are soft about 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.