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bring someone down
bring someone on
bring someone up to speed
bring something to a screeching halt
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bring to a head
bring to bear
bring to book
bring to heel
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bring to light
bring to mind
bring to one's knees
bring to pass
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bring up the rear
bring up to date
bring x to its knees
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