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bring forth

1. To present something (to someone). Bring forth those documents—I want to review them personally.
2. To cause something to happen. The announcement of the rate hike brought forth many complaints from consumers.
3. To give birth to a baby. We received news that Lady Edith has brought forth a baby boy.
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bring someone or something forth

to present or produce someone or something. Bring the roast turkey forth! Bring forth the roast turkey!
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bring forth

1. Give rise to, introduce. For example, I may be new, but I can still bring forth any proposals I consider necessary. [c. 1200]
2. Give birth; see under bring into the world.
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bring forth

v.
1. To present something or someone: Bring forth the best champagne for our hero!
2. To give rise to something; produce something: Our speech brought forth enthusiastic applause.
3. To give birth to someone: Eight months after conception, she brought forth a child.
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1:20 And God said, Allow this [H.sub.2]O to bring forth abundantly this moving animal that hath a living body, and fowl that may fly high upon this world in this arch of sky of holy habitat.
"With the combined entities now serving nearly 3,000 customers, this opportunity will enable us to bring forth many new and exciting enhancements to our services as we work to bring out the best of both organizations.
In Black Style, Carol Tulloch, a senior research fellow in Black Visual Culture at Chelsea College of Art in London, England, writes, "The contributions presented in Black Style also expose the complexities and 'ongoing redefinition' of what it means to be 'black' through the black body and how it is dressed." In her book, Tulloch and an assembled panel of contributors from the fields of cultural, literary and women's studies, examine textile design and color, hairdos, and accessories--and let's not forget attitude--to bring forth what constitutes black style.
It challenges the way professions now practice by asking 'how can we bring forth the best of both professions around representing someone?'"
That is the only way we will rebuild our membership and successfully bring forth the message of Jesus to Canadians.
AMC's Procurement Readiness Optimization Advanced Casting Technology (PRO-ACT) program identified the geometric dimensioning and tolerancing of the part, and the DSCC subsequently created a design deviation to bring forth potential conflicts during the procurement stages.
The Wassatteyya (centrist) trend that the New Islamists represent allows them to bring forth an interpretation of the Qur'an and Shari'a that accepts modernity.
For instance, in Thomas, Jesus says, "If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you; if you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you." John, on the other hand, rather than encouraging spiritual transformation, recommends that humans save themselves by believing rightly.
The old promise to Abraham that he would bring forth a great nation has been superseded by the new promise of faith whereby salvation is offered to the Gentiles.
God intends to bring forth a totally different order of being, a new age, "a new creation," and a new way of relating.
"There is no doubt that this new company will bring forth exciting and exceptionally high quality developments to the New York residential market"
During menopause, hormonal changes in the physical body bring forth challenging feelings which, if ignored, can stagnate below the surface and actually cause illness and the worst characteristics of old age.
The committee was also waiting for concerned legislators to bring forth legislation, she said.
If you bring forth what is inside of you, what you bring forth will save you.
A plaque in memory of seven miners who lost their lives there in 1924 reads 'Boast not thyself of tomorrow, for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth' Picture: Nick Treharne