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bring (something) to the fore

To emphasize something or make it more noticeable. Be sure to bring this argument to the fore when you rewrite your paper. Discrepancies in the yearly budget report brought questions of corruption to the fore.
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bring something to the fore

to move something forward; to make something more prominent or noticeable. All the talk about costs brought the question of budgets to the fore. The question of budget planning was brought to the fore.
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bring something to the ˈfore

make something become noticed by people: His political opinions have been brought to the fore recently, particularly after his television appearance last week.
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Out of the 4,044 hydrants in Nairobi, only 103 hydrants are operational, bringing to the fore the county's lack of preparedness to handle disasters.
By EDITORIALThe country is staring at yet another round of maize flour crisis, bringing to the fore the perennial question of our inability, as a nation, to guarantee sustainable production and supply of the commodity.
Maintaining the brand's signature understated luxury can be an enormous limiting factor to a designer, but Nichanian has her way of working around it by bringing to the fore the premium mix of material and craftsmanship that ultimately defines true luxury.
Scholars of English literature contest the stability of the dividing line between the avant-garde, or the highbrow, and the middlebrow, bringing to the fore the sociocultural, gendered factors that impact the construction of both.
I am merely bringing to the fore that Wasps don't necessarily treat their southern based supporters any better.
I'm thrilled that in my 'nal season we have brought together a thrilling, exciting and challenging programme of work around election day, bringing to the fore some of the most pressing issues in the UK," says Unity artistic director Graeme Phillips.
Bhattacharya said, The customer landscape, buying behavior and expectations are changing at a significant pace and his expertise would help address these dynamic issues by bringing to the fore a go to market approach that is sophisticated, consultative and collaborative.
Bulgaria courts Merkel like a queen," writes Bild, bringing to the fore that the German Chancellor received Bulgaria's highest state distinction, the Stara Planina Order, as well as a honorary degree from Russe University.
of Wisconsin at Madison) explores the history of Buganda (an African kingdom lying on the northern shores of Lake Victoria in present-day Uganda) through analysis of oral clan histories, bringing to the fore previously neglected historical actors in a field long dominated by dynastic histories, specifically spirit mediums, public healers, and other wielders of authority on the local level.
Bringing to the fore a refreshing insight into his collection, Tytler's collection, 'Aboriginal-The Aurora Borealis' was inspired by the 'Dance of the Spirits'.
The ISSE 2003 programme has taken ten months to compile, Microsoft has confirmed its Platinum sponsorship of ISSE 2003 and will be a contributor to the, conference, bringing to the fore industry issues such as NGSCB: Next Generation Secure Computing Base, digital rights management; hacking and fixing wireless LAN networks; along with other key players within the industry.
I again congratulate the authors on their fine presentation and you for your continued genuine interest in facial nerve problems and study, and for bringing to the fore the above concept once again.
A new wave of movies--both narrative and documentary--is bringing to the fore not only transsexual and transgendered protagonists but also overage heroes and heroines whose only crime is transcending narrow gender stereotypes.
The company is also bringing to the fore the wines' ecofriendly credentials.
A centuries-old form of the Roman Catholic Latin Mass, which was supplanted after the Second Vatican Council a quarter-century ago, will be celebrated Sunday night in New York City, bringing to the fore many of the complex religious and political discontents fueling conservative Catholicism.