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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.
Another 19,745 pilgrims will be brought back to Karachi via 62 flights and 15,500 pilgrims will arrive in Lahore.
In 2017/18, just 15 of Newport's 1,199 empty homes were brought back into use, accounting for 1.25% of the total.
These goods are required to be either sold or brought back within six months from the date of removal.
RAWALPINDI -- A special flight on Wednesday brought back 320 Pakistanis who had been stranded in Malaysia mainly due to the closure of eastern airspace of Pakistan for foreign airlines.
Islamabad -- A day after Prime Minister Imran Khan's directions, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) brought back more than 300 nationals stranded in Malaysia.
However, Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood has said that he does not think the looted or black money would be brought back to home.
Talking to a private news channel, he said the government has information about the looted public money stashed in different countries, which would be brought back to Pakistan.
Talking to media, he said the government has information about the looted public money stashed in different countries, which would be brought back to Pakistan.
Just one day after the Sun-Times announced its was dropping most of its comics, puzzles and daily TV grid to save newsprint and production costs, the paper has brought back its crossword puzzle, Robert Feder writes.