bring (one) home

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bring (one) home

To return one to one's residence. You were supposed to bring Jenny home by 10—her mother and I were worried sick! Please bring me home, I'm not feeling well.
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bring home

Get to the heart of a matter, make perfectly clear. For example, The crash brought home the danger of drinking and driving. This term uses home in the figurative sense of "touching someone or something closely." [Second half of 1800s]
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bring home

To make perfectly clear: a lecture that brought home several important points.
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We hope our kababayan in Tripoli would now realize the danger we have been warning them and would ask us to bring them home. @PhinLibya is ready.
The event, called the Bring Them Home project, was staged by the Royal Welsh Fusiliers Museum to illustrate the extent of the losses suffered by just one regiment in the 1914-18 conflict.
BNP candidates in Gower, Swansea East and Swansea West will be on ballot papers representing "Support Our Troops Bring Them Home".
Amy Smith, executive director of the Bentonville nonprofit Let's Bring Them Home, said, "There's someone out there that knows what happened to John, and we just feel like money talks." She added, "Maybe someone will step forward, if not out of guilt, then maybe out of greed."
They are our own equivalent of the Stone of Scone and as long as they remain within the vaults of a pompous, self-gratifying institution far away there will be an unfailing desire to bring them home.
THE families of five former UK residents being held in Guantanamo Bay yesterday welcomed the Government's decision to request their release and urged ministers to move quickly to bring them home.
"If you were bringing somebody home to your mum, like if I had to bring them home to Mary Kielty, I think she'd be more impressed by Zoe Salmon."
So eight players were taken by separate minibuses to Zagreb airport where jets were waiting to bring them home ahead of their team-mates.
Hence the law covers many otherwise law-abiding citizens who buy guns and bring them home, take their rifles on hunting trips, or drive with their guns to the shooting range.
Hirsch also relates some of the controversy surrounding the plight of the POWs and the role Halyburton's wife Marty, believing her husband dead for two years of his captivity, played in the publicity meant to bring them home in a timely manner.
Military families, veterans, reservists, active duty personnel, and others opposed to the war in Iraq launched their Bring Them Home Now!
The families of five former UK residents being held in Guantanamo Bay yesterday welcomed the Government's decision to request their release and urged ministers to move quickly to bring them home. Foreign Secretary David Miliband has written to US secretary of State Condoleezza Rice asking that the men be freed from the US detention centre in Cuba.
He flies out today at the invitation of the Bring Them Home Campaign.
"Support the Troops: Bring Them Home" was one of their signs.