His remarks cam after the Queen interrogated bank staff on the causes of the financial crisis.
But what those organizations and causes turn out to be matters.
But whatever the motivations and causes, the fact remains the fact.
But regardless of the causes, the actual instruments of destruction are firearms, specifically assault weapons.
Police have not revealed the causes of death, so whether the victims were decapitated is unknown.
causes which will delay his entering on the duties of his office.
It is this oil that causes bananas to disagree with some persons.
The first cause is mentioned, and not the intermediate cause or causes.
All causes are not conjoined to their usual effects with like uniformity.
The causes leading to these conditions are not local; the consequences are not local.
c.1200, "reason for action, grounds for action; motive," from Old French cause "cause, reason; lawsuit, case in law" (12c.), and directly from Latin causa "a cause; a reason; interest; judicial process, lawsuit," of unknown origin.
In English, sense of "matter of concern; side taken in controversy" is from c.1300; that of "the source of an effect" is early 14c.; meaning "reason for something taking place" is late 14c. Cause célèbre "celebrated legal case" is 1763, from French. Cause why? "for what reason?" is in Chaucer.
late 14c., "produce an effect," also "impel, compel," from Old French causer "to cause" (13c.) and directly from Medieval Latin causare, from Latin causa "a cause; a reason; interest; judicial process, lawsuit," of unknown origin. Related: Caused; causing. Classical Latin causari meant "to plead, to debate a question."