To bring forward

To exhibit; to introduce; to produce to view.
To hasten; to promote; to forward.
To propose; to adduce; as, to bring forward arguments.

See also: Bring, Bring, Bring

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
If I made the matter public, I have no evidence but moral evidence to bring forward. I have not only no proof that he killed the two men at the door; I cannot even declare that he killed the third man inside-- for I cannot say that my own eyes saw the deed committed.
Though it is easy to assert, in general terms, the possibility of forming a rational judgment of a due provision against probable dangers, yet we may safely challenge those who make the assertion to bring forward their data, and may affirm that they would be found as vague and uncertain as any that could be produced to establish the probable duration of the world.
The need for a Right to Food is urgent, and I join those who have already signed the letter to the First Minister in calling for the SNP to bring forward their Good Food Nation Bill and enshrine the Right to Food into law by the end of this parliament.
THE Scottish Government plans to bring forward legislation to keep Scots law aligned with EU rules after Brexit, following the scrapping of its Continuity Bill.
Karo Pharma AB (STO:KARO), a specialty pharmaceutical company that develops and markets products to pharmacies and directly to healthcare providers, announced on Monday that it decided to bring forward the publication of its interim report for the period January 2018 September 2018.
Earlier in the day, a multi-party conference convened by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) decided to bring forward a joint candidate for the post of the president of Pakistan.
Facebook's WhatsApp has yet to bring forward proposals to address EU regulators' worries over the service's sharing of user data with its parent company, Reuters reports.
If the result of such a survey had been strongly in favour of leaving, then the government would probably have been politically obliged to bring forward a proposal in the form of a Bill followed by a legitimate referendum Bill.
With so many people feeling the pinch at present, partly because of rising inflation, the Board felt that this year we could afford to bring forward our annual pay review.
The High Court yesterday declined to bring forward the hearing of bail application by Dr David Mwangi who is accused of murdering a KRA lawyer.
Our desire is to work collaboratively and with transparency with our BON to bring forward a nursing compact together that makes sense for our Montana nurses caring for our Montana citizens.