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bring

to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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I certainly brought a municipal hat like other mayors did.
The architect of the Good Friday Peace Agreement that brought about the first lasting peace in Northern Ireland in decades, and two building industry leaders who helped spearhead the rebuilding of the office towers damaged in the 9-11 terrorist attacks will be the honorees of the Sixth Annual Irish American Building Society (JABS) Leadership Awards to be held May 16 at 7 pm at the New York Hilton.
These cases have been brought under two laws, the Alien Tort Claims Act of 1789 and the Torture Victim Protection Act of 1992.
This member benefit is for those cases in which the dental assistant has a malpractice claim brought specifically against them and the dentist's malpractice policy does not provide coverage.
An inmate brought a [section] 1983 action alleging that a corrections department and its medical services contractor denied him treatment for his hepatitis C.
Mere, a butter produced in Normandy, France with a butterfat content of 82%, is brought from home for guests to slather on their warm, crusty loaves.
When George came to the hospital to visit David, he brought his daughter Julietta who was one-year-old.
During this period, the Discovery Center brought together nearly five thousand fourth-and fifth-grade students from twenty racially segregated schools to work toward the goal of mutual understanding.
This almost anarchic concept was brought to life in 1994.
Many of these dying people were homeless, or destitute, and had been brought to him by social workers from San Francisco's Tenderloin.
Products such as VERITAS' Volume Manager have brought tremendous benefits to their users, for instance in optimizing Solaris clusters for serving large Oracle databases.