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  • Now he brings his wrathful light to bear against those who succor evil and darkness.
  • Despite some close encounters, the pursuing French army was unable to bring to bear against the English.
  • Threats of lawsuits were also brought to bear against the San Francisco theater that showed the film.
  • "They're in it for the array of resources they can bring to bear against targeted corporations ."
  • At dawn, the artillery was brought to bear against the Mahdist skirmishers and they were driven back.
  • America's allies and even its rivals must agree to bring their governmental resources to bear against terrorist groups.
  • This would allow her to bring all of her main battery guns to bear against any British naval attack.
  • Subsequently, the United States maintained its trade and travel embargoes and brought diplomatic and economic pressure to bear against Libya.
  • A circular saw will do this fine with a good blade and a carefully set up straight-edge to bear against.
  • Inside the nest, however, the high-speed minesweeper could only bring her aftermost machine guns to bear against the approaching planes.
  • State Gov . Fernando Canales pledged that " all the weight of the law will brought to bear against these bad police ."
  • As Bywater predicted, the U . S . strategy would ultimately bring overwhelming naval and aerial superiority to bear against the Japanese forces.
  • The Western Allies, on the other hand, were desperately looking for ways to bring their force to bear against Germany and the Axis.
  • In addition, the Tigers continued targeting of enemy artillery and armor, which could be brought to bear against the Allies during their breaching operations.
  • No files are actually exchanged, so Mercora has avoided the sort of legal scrutiny that the recording industry has brought to bear against others.
  • The French opened trenches to the northwest of the fort with the objective of bringing their artillery to bear against the fort's northwest bastion.
  • A contentious race ensued, in which charges of conflicts of interest and immorality were brought to bear against Hall because of his liquor industry ties.
  • Two days of fighting appeared to be calming down also Friday, as international pressure was brought to bear against both sides to end the shelling.
  • John George had 40, 000 men at his disposal, and these could be brought to bear against the Swedish should they not handle Saxony respectfully.
  • He has proposed instead to develop regional and mobile missile defenses that could be brought to bear against missile threats from " rogue " states.
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