There is no doubt that this new company will bring forth
exciting and exceptionally high quality developments to the New York residential market"
The question naturally arises: why does Carter presume to bring forth
this volume when the biographies are so much more readable and readily available?
And God said, Let the Earth bring forth
grass, the herb yielding seed and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the Earth: and it was so.
Dancemakers from both companies failed to bring forth
either shape or meaning from movement, presumably the task at hand.
1 : to bring forth
: yield <This tree produces good fruit.
Written expressly to bring forth
the story of Jesus in an era when so few have paid close attention to it, Jesus: An Intimate Portrait of the Man, His Land, and His People is written for readers of all faiths, and resonates deeply from beginning to end no matter how familiar one is with the New Testament and Jesus' story.
Three organizations are awaiting word from the government as to where the Mattagami River Hydro Electric Project lies with the Ontario government's plan to bring forth
new energy initiatives.
Our experience and expertise bring forth
a valuable contribution and will contribute to a successful deployment of a service-level management solution," stated Sean McDermott, president and CEO of Windward Consulting Group.
To earn the inheritance, Tse will have to keep discovering new substances and processes from which to bring forth
her polytocous cr eations.
The city's political leaders being, "Champions of The Lost Cause," are trying to bring forth
the mythical Brigadoon arising from the feathery mist.
In the biblical account, God willed that the ground Adam tilled would be cursed and bring forth
thorns and thistles.
He fully expects an improved road connection and faster access to southern Ontario will bring forth
even greater exposure for the town and open up new business opportunities.