cause to alter

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Once the award has been made, failure to read all specifications, instructions, and the contract documents, of the City shall not be cause to alter the original contract or for a vendor to requests additional compensation.
Moore found little cause to alter his starting line-up during the first month of the campaign as Rovers collected 11 points from five unbeaten games to stand second in the table this morning.
Chairman Peter Freeman said: "There has been no cause to alter our view on the need for either Edinburgh or Glasgow to be under separate ownership.
Nothing in the history of the "advanced capitalist" political economies of the North and the West has given us cause to alter Marx's views on the revolutionary capacities of layers of the lowly who have been driven to the very bottom of capital's hierarchies of social station.
But Sir Terry Leahy, Tesco's chief executive, said successive inquiries had found no cause to alter the two-market approach: "The competition authorities' test is to take each market on its merits and satisfy themselves it works in consumers' interests.
Whether through accident or design, both Liverpool and Everton have had cause to alter the shape of their midfields this season, and the result has been an even greater end product from their most influential forces.
Keith has since had good cause to alter his opinion.
The fact that some organizations have found cause to alter that system or designate boundaries for sub-species of a specie--whitetailed deer, for example-- thereby adding more categories doesn't bother me at all.
Whether through accident or design both Liverpool and Everton have had cause to alter the shape of their midfields, and the result has been an even greater end product from their most influential forces.