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bring

to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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Jon Paul McGovern levelled for Ayr with a spot-kick after Michael Travis brought down Adam Blakeman before Preston's header and a second-half strike from Alan Forrest earned the win.
However, Mohammad has been brought down safely, he added.
The defence ministry said an Mi-24 helicopter gunship was brought down near Slavyansk by heavy machine gun fire while on a combat mission.
FRANKFURT, Germany, Rabi'II 2, 1435, Feb 2, 2014, SPA -- A 116-meter (380-foot) tower block has been brought down with explosives in Germany's financial capital, Frankfurt, in one of the biggest such operations in Europe, AP reported.
But Bevan saw red when he brought down Rivers and in the 69th minute Rivers headed Dan Moody's corner past stand-in keeper Mason Rowley.
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Summary: A car garage explosion has brought down a two-storey building in China's Longyan City, killing at least five people.
A 4x4 vehicle driven to the summit of Snowdon could be brought down the mountainside today.
Firefighters said the storm that hit Poland overnight yesterday damaged more than 180 roofs and brought down power lines and more than 1,000 trees.
Four ISAF servicemembers were killed after their helicopter was brought down by hostile fire in Helmand province," the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said in a statement.
The FA Cup semi-final was goalless in the 16th minute when Villa's Gabby Agbonlahor was brought down by John Obi Mikel.