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bring

to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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This means that when wind or solar power is available, they are first in line to meet demand, reducing the amount of power bought from more expensive generation sources, and bringing down costs.
Ten soon became nine as Brennan's defensive partner Sam Jerome was shown a straight red for bringing down Agnew as the striker was bearing down on goal, with the resulting free kick from Jack Walters being tipped over by Lawlor.
Summary: A construction crane has flipped onto its front in Toronto, bringing down power lines and trapping passengers in a nearby bus.
Washington, Apr 24 ( ANI ): An Internet hacking group named UGNazi has claimed responsibility for bringing down America's Central Intelligence Agency website.
Ryan Austin received his marching orders for bringing down Robbie Simpson in the box and Shefki Kuqi stepped up to fire the Latics towards a place in the second round.
Shots keeper Mikhael Jaimez-ruiz was dismissed three minutes from time for bringing down Stephen dawson, but andy Bishop's penalty was merely a consolation for Bury.
Park workers called in a telescopic platform normally used for maintenance and the operator worked his way along each carriage, bringing down passengers, including toddlers and small children.
Career Move was the first to go, breaking amateur rider Kate Harrison's nose and bringing down the Cawley-ridden Dapper Dan and the Sean Flanaganpartnered Session Or Ression.
40am today, bringing down the overhead power lines.
Ross Perot, one of the strongest political third-party presidential candidates of the twentieth century, during his 1992 campaign predicted a "giant sucking sound" bringing down the U.
Dictated in January 1976 ( two months before his shock resignation ( it seethes with anger at the "purblind fanaticism" of loyalists he blamed for bringing down a power-sharing government at Stormont two years earlier.
The provision (known as the Oceans State Options Act) would have empowered states to tap natural gas supplies off their coasts while protecting tourism and the environment, thereby increasing supplies of America's own natural gas and bringing down prices.