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bring (something) into effect

To cause (something) to apply, begin operating, or take effect; to begin implementing or enforcing (something). The new government has vowed to bring several policies into effect, aimed at helping struggling citizens get by. The new law will be brought into effect on the first of January.
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As its title makes clear, this Bill is intended to bring into effect the Government's commitment (announced in March 2009) to uncap the supply of Commonwealth-supported places (CSPs) in universities, as recommended by the Bradley Review.
The notification to bring into effect new pictorial warnings for retail packs of cigarettes and other tobacco products was issued on March 5, 2010, to be effective from the first of June.
But under a shake-up of prices, which private company Patientline bring into effect on Monday, everyone will pay a standard charge of pounds 2.
But we are also clear that there is a proper balance in the public interest to be struck and that Parliament should not without good reason bring into effect restrictions on responsible and legitimate reporting.
It will bring into effect proposals outlined in Home Secretary Mr Jack Straw's White Paper, Fairer, Faster, Firmer, last July when the backlog of asylum-seekers stood at 52,000.
The key objective of this MoU is to build a means of cooperation between UMMS and JNMC to bring into effect the academic and clinical exchange of faculty, postdoctoral fellows, residents and students, in addition to promoting clinical, academic and research information sharing between the two institutions.
He maintained that it was necessary to bring into effect the fresh agreement between Russia and the US over Syria's chemical arsenal and the political settlement to solve the Syrian crisis.
Accordingly, Jumblatt saw that the best means to bring into effect the Apostolic Exhortation was to cleave to Taif Agreement which highlighted the principle of parity and partnership.