- v. present participle of cause.
- n. the act of causing something to happen
“Is that what we call causing despair and ripping the country apart?”
““Not a good idea, Merry,” Ethan said, the nickname causing the ruddy flush on the man’s cheeks to scorch a path down his neck.”
“The study includes an attribution analysis that employs 23 global climate models to determine whether manmade global warming lurks behind the trends, or whether natural factors are the primary player in causing changes in the NASH.”
“Measles is a highly contagious disease that can infect the lungs causing fatal pneumonia or the brain causing encephalitis.”
“FWIW, I oppose both exemptions, but I never claimed that either played a significant role in causing the financial crisis.”
“Ilya Somin: FWIW, I oppose both exemptions, but I never claimed that either played a significant role in causing the financial crisis.”
“The BofACEO is one of very few who benefited handsomely from the financial crisis and may have had a part in causing the disaster, he don't deserve squat!”
“You are right about the mountainous terrain causing some interesting anomalies Bob.”
“Xie overestimates the dangers of high prices and empty apartments, because he wrongly dismisses the role leverage plays in causing bubbles.”
“If you would be inclined to assist in causing such a dynamic to come about, I would invite you to contact me at email@example.com for information about Project PM.”
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