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to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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What is expected of you is to bring to bear your knowledge and experience so that the machinery of governance can roll faster and deliver more quality results to the teeming population of our state,' the governor counselled the appointees.
We can bring to bear all our past experience and tactical savvy in the Tomcat and just focus on the [switchology] of the Rhino." One of the major breakthroughs in cockpit ergonomics is the Super Hornet's use of hands-on-throttle-and-stick (HOTAS) technology.
As part of a nation-wide grassroots advocacy program, you will be able to bring to bear the collective clout of our members on issues that are critical to veterans."
Education, economics, and sociology are among the perspectives the contributors bring to bear as they examine some important equity issues facing American public education in the long wake the 1954 US Supreme Court ruling against racial discrimination in public schools.
Just as it is not easy to target the generalist/specialist audience for a collection of this kind, so too it can be a formidable task to bring to bear an appropriate blend of technical skills in the history of the book and of science.
Dr John Montana, CEO of Amedis, added, "Combining our proprietary chemistry expertise with the skills and critical mass that Argenta can bring to bear on this project will allow us to progress this exciting area of research rapidly."
"She has a lot of experience to bring to bear on our summer programme as a coach to our girls' county teams and as a player in the senior women's team in the county championship."
'She has a lot of experience and knowledge to bring to bear on our summer programme as a coach to our girls' county teams and as a player in the senior women's team in the county championship.'
Merseyside's offer to pilot the scheme has been put on hold, but Mr Bettison has asked MPs: "Any influence you can bring to bear on the Home Office and elsewhere to at least pilot this proposal will, I am sure, show tangible benefits."