cause for protest

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Palace's hopes disappeared when United made it 2-0 after 21 minutes, though this time they appeared to have just cause for protest.
Coop's intention to pay farmers less while maintaining the same consumer price was the main facet of Coop's plans that rubbed the Swiss Farmer's Union the wrong way, and was cause for protest in December with a number of farmers forming a tractor blockade in front of numerous Coop centres.
Ipswich had significant cause for protest at the penalty, as Fabian Wilnis made contact with the ball while John McGreal was shown a straight red card, apparently for foul language.
Although Schell says he is the first to admit that the Chinese government gives ample cause for protest, he also argues, "that this is not the time-and not just because any unauthorized protest is quite likely to fail.