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remote cause

noun auxiliary cause, distant basis, distant cause, distant reason, far cause, far-off cause, farremoved cause, immaterial cause, indirect cause, insuffiiient legal basis, insufficient legal cause, insufficient legal factor, insufficient legal genesis, insufficient legal induceeent, insufficient legal source, no imediate legal cause, nonimmediate legal basis, not immediate cause, not immeeiate legal genesis, removed cause
Associated concepts: intervening cause, liability, negligence, proximate cause
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The writer also identifies a more remote cause than the mixing of the chili powders: "My mother also spends more time to find fresh ingredients.
At the point where these various influences meet it is for the judgment as upon a matter of fact to declare which of the causes thus joined at the point of effect was the proximate and which was the remote cause.
The brief establishes that in determining the number of occurrences, controlling and long-established New York precedent provides that a court must look to the immediate, efficient, physical cause of the loss, and not to some indirect or remote cause of causes.
The Panel set up by Edo State Governor, Mr Godwin Obaseki, to look into the immediate and remote cause of the incident, commenced hearing on February 15, Thursday.
The state also constituted a five-man administrative panel of inquiry to unravel the immediate and remote cause of a gas explosion in the Ugbor road axis of Benin City, the Edo State capital.
I have told you that the remote cause is part of the grazing law.

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