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bring

to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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Your recent article about the late Senator Joseph McCarthy ("McCarthy Targeted--Again," June 16th issue) brought to mind a story told to me by the late John Wayne that I would like to put on the record.
Students completed a section of the presurvey asking them to describe what the term mentoring brought to mind.
But they also brought to mind another concern: aggressive accounting.
Jo's doll, which brought to mind the comic timing of a Charlie Chaplin, drew laughs even as she stirred the packed house with fearsome high notes.
The incident was brought to mind by an encounter at Lambeth between a gay Christian leader and a Nigerian bishop who, shouting "Repent
The store address brought to mind the year that "Columbus crossed the ocean blue.
Above them hovered a series of small pyramids whose shape recalled the rusticated stones on the facades of Renaissance palaces, and whose overall organization brought to mind a roof, with the final result that it looked like a schematized pagoda.
Media reports on General Synod's decision to defer the vote on the issue of same-sex blessings brought to mind a collection of dithering old traditionalists caught in a time-warp.
205) brought to mind a remark I learned in grade school decades ago.