inbringing

inbringing

(ˈɪnˌbrɪŋɪŋ)
n
the act of bringing in
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Steamboat Willieis sailing full-steam ahead, as Mickey, Belle boostedboth ABC and beleaguered sports network ESPN inbringing The Walt Disney Co.
Davies said half-jokingly in 2013 that he sympathized with other translators who were not able to be first inbringing this book to English: "It's like, suppose you were a mountaineer in 1953 sitting at home and saying to yourself, 'Gee, I'd like to climb Mount Everest
Ishtiyaq Marwat, district nazim Kohat Mulana Niyaz Muhammad, Former Member of National Assembly (MNA) Javid Ibrahim Paracha, former Chief Justice Ibn-e- Ali, Khurshid Anwar Jawadi, Sayed Hussin Ali Shah Hussini and other senior were also present and they also ensured their full support to help Kohat administration inbringing peace especially during Muharamul Haram.
Through its privatization program, Adwea succeeded inbringing in Dh65 billion of foreign investments into electricity and water projects in the emirate.
As part of our role inbringing companie s tothe regional tradingplatform, we are invest and it is the dynamic, smaller diverse businesses which are firmly in focus.
All I am thinking about is playingapart inbringing success to Cardiff this season," said Heaton on GTFM last night.
I am convinced that Keane would never have been allowed to leave Manchester United if the manager felt that the player could still make a major contribution inbringing back the glory days.
The four had been accused "of theft, inbringing of thieves, murder, mutilation, fire-raising, [and] houghing of oxe.