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1. He tried to bring pressure to bear on her.
2. The arrow doesn't bear on the mark.
3. The artillery was deployed to bear on the fort.
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4. They brought their guns to bear on the enemy.
5. How does the news bear on this case?
6. The gun doesn't bear on the mark.
7. How does your remark bear on this construction plan?
8. They tried to bring pressure to bear on me.
9. Pressure was brought to bear on us to finish the work on time.
10. The council brought pressure to bear on the landlord to improve his property.
11. Your remarks do not bear on the matter in hand.
12. Those are matters that bear on the welfare of the community.
13. The fifth chapter will bear on the geography of the country.
14. His companions brought pressure to bear on him, urging him to stop wasting money.
15. The king tried to bring his influence to bear on the parliament.
16. I bring all my efforts to bear on having it done.
17. Organizations such as unions can bring pressure to bear on governments.
18. These are matters that bear on the welfare of the community.
19. The 1990s brought increased economic pressure to bear on all business activities.
20. The bank will bring pressure to bear on you if you don't pay.
21. British scientists have brought computer science to bear on this problem.
22. He could not bring his mind to bear on the distant world her handwriting suggested.
23. Then he sat his boxed bear on the front seat beside him and went for a drive.
24. Don't overload your lecture with details that do not bear on the topic under discussion.
25. This concession would not have happened but for the pressure that was brought to bear on the authorities.
26. The full force of the law was brought to bear on anyone who criticized the government.
27. He will bring a great deal of expertise to bear on this issue.
28. Workers have their own organisations which can bring pressure to bear on governments and make demands on the state.
29. Deprived of other outlets they brought all their compressed energy to bear on the world of literature and ideas.
30. In a split second of surprised immobility, Grant saw the deadly muzzle come to bear on him.
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