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Examples

  • "Owing," went on Partridge, "to a letter she has received.

    The Moving Finger

  • "Owing," he said, "to a very natural and pardonable emotion, the apology has been read in such a way that you could not have understood it.

    Eric, or Little by Little

  • Owing to the distinctive partisanship of African Americans, they are omitted from this analysis.

    American Grace

  • Owing to the social tumult of the Sixties, politics came to be defined by a new set of issues that were very personal indeed, including abortion.

    American Grace

  • Owing to the large number of respondents in our Faith Matters survey, we have enough Jewish and Mormon respondents for reliable analysis.

    American Grace

  • Owing to their lack of discipline, Italians “were in no sense soldier material,” said Sweeny.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Owing to the distinctive relationship between religiosity and partisanship and African Americans, they have been omitted from the analysis.

    American Grace

  • Owing to an editing error, a reference to Hokusai's The Great Wave off Kanagawa was accidently incorporated into Hiroshige's 36 Views of Mount Fuji in a Culture Flash item on the influence of volcanoes in the arts 26 May, page 21, G2.

    Corrections and clarifications

  • Owing to a glitch in the regulations under section 411 (b) (commonly called the “backloading” rules), this benign practice is legally dubious.

    Retirement Policy

  • Christine Schmitz , a certified financial planner in Owing Mills, Md., recommends focusing on getting the most value from traditional insurance policies and skipping the rest.

    Don't Buy Too Much Insurance!

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