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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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In the last few years, Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has brought to the fore clear indications of transformation, thereby building on previous development indices in Ondo State.
"She had three children aged between 17 and eight years," added Mr Kajesh.The incident shocked residents even as the psychological trauma associated with the disease was brought to the fore.
He said this gathering of eminent parliamentarians has brought to the fore an impressive array of knowledge and hands-on expertise, which will help set the course of regional, national and provincial action.
Asad Qaiser said this gathering of eminent parliamentarians has brought to the fore an impressive array of knowledge and hands-on expertise, which will help set the course of regional, national and provincial action.
His comments come amid mounting calls to address the dominance of the tech giants, which has been brought to the fore after Democrat Elizabeth Warren proposed breaking them up if elected to the US presidency.
Both the House of Representatives and the Senate held separate inquiries into the issue, which brought to the fore the lack of planning and infrastructure needed to supply the demand of Metro Manila's growing population.
Yesterday new reports brought to the fore the family package of corruption eminating from Gandhi-Vadra nexus," Irani said.
Awards were distributed to print and broadcast journalists who developed exceptional stories, that brought to the fore some of the most imperative issues afflicting society.
Growing inequalities have brought to the fore the imperative for more inclusive growth.
ONCE again, the arrogance of the SNP has been brought to the fore by John Swinney's determination not to listen to parents, teachers and finally the Scottish Parliament about P1 tests.
The incident brought to the fore, the war over the millions of shillings raked in the city's 'potty'.
However, the increased use of digital channels has also brought to the fore issues with digital security.
Brought to the fore are experiences of the people behind Jewelmer and the creation of the National Gem of the Philippines, the golden South Sea pearl, in Palawan.
The recent riots in Gaza again brought to the fore the problem of human shields, with Hamas now using not a handful of civilians as cover for its murderous attacks on Israel but tens of thousands of unarmed people, there to confound the Israeli soldiers as the terror group's operatives conduct their assaults.
16 (ANI): The Operation Kund in the Kashmir Valley has brought to the fore the humane face of security forces, which ensured that the surrendered militants are saved and don't get into the cross-fire, said Inspector General of Police (Kashmir) Munir Khan on Thursday.