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Bring a coat in case it turns cold.
Can I bring the children with me?
My parents always encouraged us to bring our friends home.
I’ll bring you some grapes.
I brought that book for you.
Could you bring me a plate from the kitchen?
Don’t get up – I’ll bring your tea to you.
She reached up to the shelf and brought down a box.
Bring your hands slowly up to shoulder height.
Bring the two edges together and stick them down.
These policies will help to bring families back to the city centres.
Government investment has brought thousands of new jobs to the area.
They built canals to bring water from the river.
What brought you to Chicago in the first place?
The agreement forms part of our efforts to bring peace to the region.
Bad weather brought chaos to the road and railway networks.
Morning brought no relief from the heat.
The baby has brought them great joy.
My work brings me into contact with all kinds of people.
Forty-three new members joined the society, bringing the total membership to 157.
Two other people with the disease bring the number of confirmed cases to 16.
The case was brought by the European Commission in 1987 after the government failed to reduce pollution levels.
The council has brought this action to protect the interests of the residents.
The authorities are expected to bring charges against both parties.
This brings me to the problem of how and when language is acquired.
Our journalists work to bring you the region’s most comprehensive news service.
Count on us to bring you the best in new technology for the home.
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