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bring

to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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Within a year, he had brought off the merger that became the Liberal Democrats - and not long later made it the "third force" at Westminster.
When he was brought off the bench in the opening game at Millwall, Wing made a telling contribution towards Boro's late revival.
But the trio were brought off uninjured midway through the second half to make their way on a late flight to Brisbane for Saturday's opening Test.
But the PS13m man did get a run-out on Friday night before being brought off at half-time.
Danny Drinkwater was brought off the bench in the 67th minute as Chelsea won 4-0 at West Brom.
But, the Almeria goalkeeper brought off a fantastic save to keep the home team in the match.
Ronaldo had helped to set up Madrid's second goal and what looked like the winner for Karim Benzema against the Canary Islanders, but was brought off moments later.
"But I was horrified when Rab brought off a great save.
The striker was brought off after 28 minutes and replaced by Libor Kozak who scored the only goal of the afternoon on the half-hour.
The Bulls dominated the early play and keeper Preston Edwards brought off two fine save to keep out shots from Harry Pell and Marley Watkins.
First Division strugglers Albany Cardiff Central lost 2-1 to Premier Grange Cons, while First Division Rumney Earlswood Rangers brought off a 3-2 win over Dui Dragons of the Premier Division.