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bring

to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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The unspeakable fate she brought upon innocent children could never merit anything that had even a hint of forgiveness about it.
My nomination certainly brought upon them bad commentary the like of which I have never seen nor could have ever anticipated.
He told her: "I am prepared to accept that these offences were committed because of pressure brought upon you by others.
What is important to understand is that during a war or conflict, apart from the human disaster that is brought upon (which is too large to be ignored) the international relations, foreign policy decisions, and matters of governance also suffer from an equivocal disaster of understanding.
Our setter needs to experience this kind of a big game so she can overcome the pressure that is brought upon her shoulders,' said De Jesus in Filipino Saturday at Filoil Flying V Centre.
This proposed measure seeks to address the injustice brought upon our hardworking workers in theserviceindustry who provide the actualservice, but rarely get their proper share in collection," Villanueva said.
People, quite rightly, want the police to examine themselves and answer how this scandal was able to be played out for so long without justice being brought upon those responsible for one of the country's worst abuse scandals.
Concerning the damage terrorists brought upon Qatif and its people, Sheikh Mohammed said: "We all know the extent of harm which has been brought upon this area due to carrying weapons, resisting security forces, killing innocent people, and the adverse effects caused by such behavior.
to hasten the end of the humanitarian disaster it has brought upon the Gaza Strip and over 2 million residents, imposing house arrest upon them and holding them in a large prison.
He has no-one but himself to blame for the problems his catalogue of crimes have brought upon him and his family.
Stephanopoulos who passed away at the age of 90 on Sundayevening in a hospital in Athens after suffering complications brought upon by pneumonia, had served as President of the Republic of Greece for two terms from March 1995 to March 2005.
Media reports depicted the child as oblivious, unaware of the calamity he had brought upon himself and his family.