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direct cause

noun immediate cause, immediate legal basis, immediate legal cause, immediate legal geneeis, legitimate legal cause, legitimate legal reason, prime cause, sufficient legal basis, sufficient legal cause, sufficient legal factor, sufficient legal genesis, sufficient legal induceeent, sufficient legal source, true justification, true legal basis, true legal cause, true legal inducement, true legal source
Associated concepts: concurrent clause, just cause, sufficient combined causes
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E[currency]AM (CyHAN)- After a closed session of the UN Security Council on the humanitarian situation in Syria, New Zealand's ambassador told reporters "Russian war air strikes have been a direct cause of this crisis around Aleppo.
Kerry should remind Netanyahu that Israeli attacks are the direct cause of the current wave of violence and creating a media frenzy with his Holocaust remarks is a cheap attempt to shift focus from the plight of the Palestinians.
Chemical analysis include determining the percentage of nicotine, tar, carbon monoxide resultant from cigarette smoke and toxic insecticides remainders, testing some heavy metals including cooper, zinc , magnesium, iron, lead and calcium which are some of the harmful ingredients of cigarettes which are the direct cause of lung cancer, pneumonia, severe cough, thrombosis.
It also mandates a "root-cause analysis" that explores not only the direct cause of the spill but "every contributing factor" that may have played a part, such as any safety compliance issues, said Linda Daugherty, a deputy associate administrator for the agency.
Mr Greaney said: "That failure was the direct cause of the deaths of 96 persons in the Hillsborough tragedy.
It is a fact that over-hunting is, and has been, a direct cause of the decline in wildlife populations in Africa.
The direct cause of death was burns as a result of fire," Mohammed al-A'wewy was quoted as saying, Al-Alam reported.
Gordon Brown ignored the request and signed, the direct cause of many of our presently difficulties ie.
Alonsabe said that the oil spill from the damaged power barge that slammed into the town's coastline during the onslaught of super typhoon "Yolanda" last year is not the direct cause of water contamination.
Riyadh, Rabi'I 7, 1435, Jan 8, 2014, SPA -- A senior Saudi Arabia's health ministry official today disclosed that the number of those who have contracted Corona virus, a direct cause of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), amounted to 141 cases in Saudi Arabia, out of them 57 passed away.
The advancement of liberalism is a direct cause of the destruction of the black family.
The new requirements, introduced on July 8, oblige utilities to put in place for the first time specific countermeasures against possible severe accidents like reactor core meltdowns, as well as against huge tsunami -- the direct cause of the nuclear crisis at Tokyo Electric Power Co.