“It raises the possibility that there may be a common cause,” said Dr. James Ingle, one of 348 authors on the study.
Both families have been hurt by a common cause, which is heroin addiction, and it knows no boundaries on economics.
common cause President Bob Edgar remarked that it was “like selling the Lincoln Bedroom, but without the sheets.”
A common cause of dwarfism is an inadequate production of HGH.
But at least one man in the crowd, wearing an "End the Fed" T shirt and a tricorn hat argued for common cause with the Tea Party.
Therefore, as it is mine and the common cause of mankind, I presume to expostulate with you on this occasion.
In Europe, as elsewhere, it is the desire for change which is the most common cause of divorce.
Instinctively, therefore, as to a coworker in a common cause, she turned a disturbed face to the man at her side.
Really, admiral, it becomes a common cause; and I'm sure he deserves it!'
Paralysis of oculo-motor nerves is thus a common cause of defects of association in the movements of the double eye.