To bring to light

to disclose; to discover; to make clear; to reveal.

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Further inquiries are being conducted to bring to light the scale of the fraud and action will be taken against those responsible.
2 : to bring to light : uncover <Reporters unearthed a scandal.
We're hoping to bring awareness to the area about this brave deputy and we also want to bring to light how dangerous this job is and show the willingness of people to step up and do it to help protect the public.
Each page is brimming with colorful pictures, filling your mind with a visual aid of the importance of your prayer and in addition you are given Scripture after Scripture to bring to light the meaning of your prayer words.
All carefully chosen to bring to light valid and vibrant arguments on both sides.
We were trying to bring to light waste in motion and material flow," says Davidson.
Seeking $4 million in the lawsuit, Fred Baker, 55, accused county officials of retaliating against him for trying to bring to light problems in the Department of Children and Family Services.
Covering the depth and breadth of topics comprising IT security today, the Gartner IT Security Summit has a single objective: to bring to light the repeatable, manageable security processes needed to address today's and tomorrow's threats.
We just wanted to bring to light that they are celebrating CalWORKS without having any clear-cut way of actually getting people jobs,'' said Sandra Martinez, a community organizer for the Community Coalition.
Details: The Gartner IT Security Summit 2006 has a single objective - to bring to light the repeatable, manageable security processes needed for senior IT security managers to address today's and tomorrow's threats.