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(1) They were threatening to bring down the government by withdrawing from the ruling coalition.
(2) We are determined to bring down inflation.
(3) This crisis could bring down the British government.
(4) This scandal could bring down the government.
(5) The scandal may bring down the government.
(6) They used ice packs to bring down her temperature.
(7) These dreadful people bring down the tone of the neighbourhood.
(8) In American football(sentencedict.com/bring down.html), you have to try to bring down your opponent.
(9) We aim to bring down prices on all our computers.
(10) Management changes are under way that will finally bring down the curtain on Lord Forte's extraordinary working life.
(11) At the next vote, we must try to bring down the government.
(12) When are they going to bring down the price of DVD players?
(13) The government hopes these measures will help to bring down inflation.
(14) Powerful voices in the Senate are determined to bring down the president.
(15) The dealers have been asked to bring down their prices.
(16) Despite their promise that they would bring down the prices, prices have gone on rising.
(17) Car salesmen will often bring down the price rather than lose a sale .
(18) A soldier with a pike could bring down a charging horse.
(19) Just the thing to bring down the evil empire.
(20) But she can't bring down a screen like mine.
(21) They could break rock and bring down eagles with their arrows.
(22) He must know that I shall bring down some vessels from Orkney.
(23) It detonated with enough force to bring down huge chunks of rock from the ceiling.
(24) Today oversupply has helped bring down London rents to bargain basement levels.
(25) If you're running upstairs, go to my room and bring down my sweater, please.
(26) When you divide 215 by 5, divide 5 into 21, giving 4 with 1 remaining; then bring down the next figure 5, and divide this 15 by 5; the answer is 43.
(27) The wage freeze was part of a campaign to bring down inflation from 2,000-2,500 percent to a target of 13 percent.
(28) That would have been sufficient to deprive John Major of a majority and bring down his government.
(29) Johnson is big and a great runner who is tough to bring down after the catch.
(30) They have cleared their shelves of anything that could offend the public or bring down the wrath of the tabloids.
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