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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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One thinks of the biblical metaphor of the seed which, planted in good soil, brings forth bountiful fruit year after year.
Today, as each and every day, Billy Yellow chants and brings forth a world.
Chances are that I would have never found those lovely words had not someone, years ago, pasted up the old morning offering on a mirror - which only proves, as the gospel would have it, that the good householder "brings forth old things and new".
They are the kinds of things that could easily have been found in Etruscan tombs, though it is true that even a jar bought at a department store in some fashion participates in the archetypal memory that Maraniello brings forth. The large, bronze spider's web becomes a catalyst of forms, a metaphor for making sculpture.
Whale.," for example, Barrax brings forth a host of emotions while recording an act of violence: No one can explain what I've seen, a slim black woman lying on her back, red geyser pumping from her open mouth, she stares into the ceiling's yellow eye.
Hansell also adequately brings forth the personal side, as evinced in White's religious beliefs, moral code, family relations, philanthropic activity, and views on business, character, national development, and other matters.
As the summer season brings forth the flowers and shrubs, we find ourselves fighting the battle of unwanted greenery in our yards, and it's out with the Weed Eater.
Weaver's biography brings forth the life of an extraordinary talent and her remarkable career.
The gospel is preached and with acts of love and compassion brings forth a new creation.
A good tree brings forth good fruit." Ask yourself whether the signs I have been talking about are signs of stability and creativity; if you honestly conclude that they are, then truly I have nothing more to say to you.
In doing so, Kass brings forth Barbra--the bold, the brash, the beak-nosed, the outsider, the Jew, the "difficult" woman--Streisand.