Taken; carried. Past tense of "bring."
See bring suit, supra
@ brought in question upon the record
The constitutionality of an act is "brought in question upon the record" when it is clearly questioned by the allegation of any pleading, or by any other formal objection filed in the case. Brosco v. Frost, 63 R.I. 1, 6 A.2d 705, 706
@ brought to the attention of
Equivalent to the expression "made known to."

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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