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bring

to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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We participate with God as through the constructive power of language we inhabit a present linguistic world that sees all reality from the perspective of the future, real world that God is bringing to pass.
Michael's achievement in eventually bringing to pass the first modern professional performances of the Florentine Intermedii, with their extravagant instrumental and vocal demands, in the face of enormous logistical difficulties, can only be fully appreciated by those who were aware of his lifelong battle with illness and disability, the overcoming of which seemed to give him almost superhuman qualities of will-power.