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to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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7 June 2016 - 13:56 The Arab Peace Initiative Was Once Again Brought Forth By Saudi Arabia Hoping to Avoid Its Collapse
Yeddyurappa said the Government had not brought forth the legislation to put down the interests of any community or section of the people.
bring forth : to cause to happen or exist : produce <Her statement brought forth protest.
And Satan brought forth white flour from the wheat and sugar from the cane and combined them.
Several hours later, a devout lady, Ana Louise, brought forth the neglected, disfigured image of Our Lady of Los Lagos (who represented the Immaculate Conception) and placed her on the dead child's chest.
Skeptically examining all available historical sources, from claims that Galileo was port in chains and subjected to torture or that a forged document was brought forth at his trial, to numerous comparisons between Galileo and the friar Giordano Bruno, Galileo Observed strives to uncover the truth or its most likely estimation.
The capture and arrest of former Liberian President Charles Taylor this spring illustrates the sociopolitical crossroads between the not-too-old Africa seen by Paul Rosesabagina, the man whose story of heroism inspired the 2004 Oscar-nominated film Hotel Rwanda, and the "new news" brought forth by highly experienced print-and-broadcast journalist Charlayne Hunter-Gault.
A du jour special one evening brought forth the typical Spanish tapas egg recipe known in Spain as a tortilla (omelet, $5) which arrived with a scented mayonnaise dip.
As the Holy Spirit brought forth a miraculous birth in the womb of the Virgin, so too in the womb that is the baptismal pool the Spirit brings forth the birth of a new creation in a miraculous way.
Two centuries ago our forefathers brought forth a new nation; now we must join with others to bring forth a new world order.
At Gettysburg in 1863, Lincoln praised forefathers who brought forth a nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to equality.
25, where representatives brought forth priority issues to be shared among their colleagues.