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bring

to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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My messenger brought back a polite answer, inviting me to visit him at an early hour in the afternoon.
I was plodding up the slope, turning these thoughts over in my mind, and had reached a point which may have been half-way to home, when my mind was brought back to my own position by a strange noise behind me.
Four times he had his hands on that rich treasure and four times it wasted to nothingness in his fingers as sleep for- sook him and wakefulness brought back the hard reality of his misfortune.
Automotive News has reported citing certain sources that the nameplate will be brought back for a new crossover that will be bigger than the CRV.
In 2016/17 a total of 35 of the 419 homes were brought back into use, while 34 out of 267 were brought back to use in 2015/16.
A herd of camels rest after being brought back from Saudi Arabia.
It was then brought back in 1985 but Cadbury withdrew it in 2003.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has so far brought back 19,600 hujjaj to Pakistan through 62 flights in its ongoing post hajj operation.
On the black money issue, Nath said no money stashed away in foreign banks has been brought back and the government should respond to the people.
Even reserve units have allowed items - including the London-based Royal Yeomanry who brought back a rocket propelled grenade launcher.
Three PIA special flights operated on 13th, 21st and 28th August, , brought back 953 Pakistanis before the commencement of Hajj operations limited PIA's ability to continue this evacuation mission.
The large, privately owned, warehouse opposite Boyes on West Row is expected to be brought back into use as an arts centre.