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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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Contrast this with what the Education Secretary and those of us who support his academy programme, wish to bring to pass.
The wording of our present, outdated pledge gives the impression that it is speaking of a nation and society that does, in fact, already exist - not a set of ideals that we citizens continually are trying in good faith to bring to pass.
It was also necessary to bring to pass, His purposes of redeeming and saving from the consequences of sin.
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.