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bring

to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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It shall be brought round in any way it likes best, and not brought round at all if it likes that better,' retorted Mr Mantalini, with his egg-spoon in his mouth.
He brought round both hat and goose to me on Christmas morning, knowing that even the smallest problems are of interest to me.
Beth said nothing, but wiped away her tears with the blue army sock and began to knit with all her might, losing no time in doing the duty that lay nearest her, while she resolved in her quiet little soul to be all that Father hoped to find her when the year brought round the happy coming home.
Betty Jay scented the boiling of Squire Cass's hams, but her longing was arrested by the unctuous liquor in which they were boiled; and when the seasons brought round the great merry-makings, they were regarded on all hands as a fine thing for the poor.
Ole Ericsen was obstinate for a long time; but in the end, after we had had dinner with him, he was brought round to consent.
A sleek mule with red trappings was brought round from some neighboring shed for the physician, and he ambled away with much dignity upon his road to Southampton.
In their orderly and punctual progress they brought round Vesper Service and twilight.
But age has its little infirmities of temper, and she was not quite brought round yet.
From a position fronting my own, he had gradually brought round his chair, so as to sit with his face to the door of the chamber; and thus I could but partially perceive his features, although I saw that his lips trembled as if he were murmuring inaudibly.
The gig, according to order, was brought round to the door with both lamps brightly shining, and the young men had to pay their bill and take the road.
When, however, the glad hours brought round the time of payment, mighty Laomedon robbed us of all our hire and sent us off with nothing but abuse.
The general was brought round to some extent, but the doctors declared that he could not be said to be out of danger.

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