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It was Planchet, who brought into play profitably the recollections of the regiment of Piedmont.
To an initiated listener it would have been plain that in a short while words would be found inadequate and the dagger, that medieval forerunner of the slap-stick, brought into play.
When you drop a weight on your toe, and say what you do say, the habit has been caused by imitation of your undesirable associates, whereas it is brought into play by the dropping of the weight.
We had a room at the back that was never used so it was about time it was brought into play.
Court cases were brought into play to show that there were discrimination suits brought against the use of standardized tests in determining if a student should graduate.
As tools were rotated different drying systems were brought into play so that all the applications could be run on all the dryers.
I totally agree that prosecution should be brought into play for any manufacturers that do not label products properly both in terms of their intrinsic contents and in terms of any procedures used to treat the products that involve using body parts of animals.