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bring to pass

To provoke, precipitate, or cause something to happen. The kids' rambunctiousness brought to pass a strict no-talking rule in the classroom. My divorce brought to pass a very lonely time in my life.
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bring to pass

To cause to happen.
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For Shields, terrorism attempts to actualize the virtual, to bring to pass or make concrete an (in this case religious) ideality.
In studying nature," Albertus Magnus wrote, "we have not to inquire how God the Creator may, as He freely wills, use His creatures to work miracles and thereby show forth His power: we have rather to inquire what Nature with its immanent causes can naturally bring to pass.
Just as consumers fueled the trend toward nutraceuticals, some say the self-care movement will also bring to pass mandatory clinical trials.
I know it's almost three weeks into the New Year, but as a lawyer I think a few words on what 2005 might bring to pass for the internet should still be admissible.
As Antonio explains to Shylock, capital 'venture' is a divine thing, a thing not in the adventurer's 'power to bring to pass | But swayed and fashioned by the hand of heaven'.
We thank all the ecumenical women who give their all in ensuring that righteousness, peace, joy will prevail in the world and invite international partners to this noble cause to assist the Evangelical women in achieving this vision that only God can bring to pass.