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bring

to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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The permanent concrete structure will provide slope stability, to avoid abrupt collapse of weakened slope brought upon by heavy rains and natural ground movement.
Afzal Kohistani was shot dead in a densely-populated area of Abbottabad in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province by unidentified armed men who fled after avenging the 'dishonor brought upon a tribe'.
Dr Dingalo also stated that the institution would come up with programmes that would address the issues that had been brought upon by different sector committees.
'If Justice Walter Onnoghen has any atom of morals as the Chief Justice of the country, the rational thing for him to have done was to honorably resign from office to save the judicial arm of the country the shame and denigration that has it brought upon us.
It was due to the hired company's incompetence that the project could not be completed in a three-year duration which brought upon a loss of Rs640mn to the government, NAB officials added.
It was due to the hired company's incompetence that the project could not be completed in three-year duration which brought upon a loss of Rs640 million to the government, NAB officials added.
NAB added that it was due to the hired company's incompetence that the project could not be completed in three-year duration which brought upon a loss of Rs640 million to the government.
King, who also expressed his thoughts in a recent opinion piece published by Bloomberg, said Britain is not facing an economic crisis but confronted with a deep political crisis the UK Parliament has brought upon itself.
Lam, 70, noted that the investment serves to better prepare Quanta for rising challenges during the next generation, as the enterprise marks its 30th anniversary this year, and he addressed the impact brought upon Taiwan industries by the trade war between the world's two economic powerhouses, wrote the report.
Genghis Khan is known as the warrior who conquered half the known world in the 13th century and is remembered for his brutalities and destruction that he brought upon the conquered regions resulting in the death of 40million people.
The company apologized for any uncertainty that the issue has brought upon the riding public and assured that its operations are fully compliant and duly licensed with the Manila International Airport Authority and the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines.
However, Chong reiterated today that the current predicament was something that the Sarawak state government had 'brought upon themselves' after rejecting the state autonomy agenda proposed by PH.