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- ‘The bringer is always way worse than the person who actually ruins the party.’
- ‘Do you see yourself as a bringer of enlightenment?’
- ‘He seems to think of us as meddlers and bringers of danger.’
- ‘Throughout history they have been the bringers of wisdom to humanity, and in many places were worshipped as gods.’
- ‘It was a waste of time, and a huge bringer of attention.’
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