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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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Then God brought forth the potato; naturally low in fat and brimming with potassium and good nutrition.
And God created great whales, every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly, after their kind, and every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good.
He simply slipped into the jazz, and brought forth all the emotional clarity and pure artistry of the form so ably represented by the four generations of dancers in this concert.
The Singapore government's well-conceived, carefully structured competition brought forth the very best from all bidding parties.
For now, Stanich has been converting local swimmers into water polo players - a challenging task that has brought forth success despite technical difference in both sports.
The text, written by French politician Valery Giscard d'Estaing, is full of flowery prose describing Europe as the continent which brought forth civilisation and which has embedded its perception of the central role of the human person in society.
Tony Milici, CEO of GeneThera, said, "The recent press release we put out stating we have commenced operations within Mexico has brought forth a tremendous amount of interest from parties within Mexico.
The loss brought an end to a 22-game win streak, but brought forth sophomore guard Shalonie Hutchinson as a leader, which was reflected on a spot on the All-State Tournament Team.
19:25), suffering grievously with her only begotten son, uniting herself with a maternal heart to his sacrifice and lovingly consenting to the immolation of this victim which she herself had brought forth.
Adversity is the mother of invention, as they say, and the adverse conditions brought on by terrorists and other agents has brought forth an industry determined to counteract their intentions Investments in these nascent companies does carry risks, but the successful ones should also carry handsome rewards.
Pisano explained that, when he was recruited, he told members of the union's search committee of his financial interests and relationships with companies, including Netflix, and brought with him to the weekend meeting the disclosure statement he gave to then-SAG President William Daniels, who brought forth the motion for Pisano's resignation on Saturday.
95) made with ground pork and veal, seasoned and brought forth with a spicy red pepper sauce.
This decision brought forth new lines of business including Healthcare Staffing, Nurse Travel, Clinical Research, Engineering, Health Information Management, and Allied Travel, all of which achieved significant growth in the past year.
The Sierra Club, Earthjustice, CalTrout and other environmental organizations brought forth the lawsuit.
However, the Pac-10, which is investigating the matter, cleared UCLA on Friday of a series of allegations that were brought forth in an anonymous e-mail that was sent to school officials last March, according to UCLA spokesman Marc Dellins.