- v. present participle of bring.
- n. the act of delivering or distributing something (as goods or mail)
“He used the term bringing in sort of a jet hose to clean out these areas of what he called the scum and the violent youth.”
“Q Is that what you call bringing value to expert counsel?”
“It depends what you call bringing it off," I said.”
“The two stories offered unlimited opportunity for expansion in the blacksmith's mind, but while he was preparing himself to do what he called bringing the two men down in the sight and hearing of the whole town, a thing happened that upset his plans.”
“Ms Muse walked in no less than 42 spring/summer 2012 shows: that's what we call bringing home the trust fund.”
“Bibis Italianissimo, a restaurant which he described as bringing "the ersatz glitz of the outsized Las Vegas cocktail lounge to a site abutting a car park".”
“Around 15,000 pro-life campaigners, clearly buoyed by what they see as last month's victory on the foreign-aid front, cheered loudly when numerous speakers talked about the next steps in what one called bringing a "culture of life" to Canada.”
“The editorial also put great emphasis on what it called bringing about "a radical turn in the people's standard of living" in impoverished North Korea.”
“But Sandel is best at what he calls bringing "moral clarity to the alternatives we confront as democratic citizens.”
“Great point in bringing up Pohl, since this man is a living legend and SF grandmaster.”
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