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To simplify the matter, we can say that crises develop as an interaction between investor expectations and what those expectations cause to happen.
For this reason, the collapse of such a class, or preventing one from emerging in the first place, is one of the things that dictatorial and tyrannical regimes spare no effort to cause to happen.
2 : to cause to happen more quickly <Using plant food accelerates growth.
As a verb, it means to bring about or cause to happen.
Maybe the politicians should threaten incarceration for engineers until they cause to happen whatever the latest politically correct drivel they are spouting.
It is important to note that SMA membership and the SMA educational experience is multi-specialty, but in 2001, perhaps even more important is the interdisciplinary effect which the Assembly will cause to happen within our membership and into the physician community at large, In Nashville, Tennessee from November 8-10, the SMA will produce a memorable and effective career building experience which will change you by your presence and change your practice through the body of knowledge applied according to your needs and interests.
bring forth : to cause to happen or exist : produce <Her statement brought forth protest.
1 : to cause to happen suddenly or unexpectedly <The misunderstanding precipitated a quarrel.