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|present participle||bringing in|
|past tense||brought in|
|past participle||brought in|
A private investigator will be brought in to look at the allegations.
This is an opportunity to bring in new talent.
Overseas students bring in a lot of money for the university.
She said the party would bring in the necessary legislation to deal with the problem.
And here I'd like to bring in James Walker to hear his comments.
There were gasps when the jury brought in a verdict of not guilty.
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