easily lead

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A police spokesman said:"This was a well-established cannabis farm and you can see that the electrics were overloaded, which can easily lead to a fire.
But we are concerned that if this behaviour continues it could easily lead to people being hurt.
It's clearly a high-risk outfit that could easily lead to the kind of photographs you'd want to hide from your granny so, for the sake of decency and modesty, we've established a new fashion rule.
This book will appeal to both girls and boys and easily lead to thoughtful questions about what, if any, are the right reasons to go to war.
He did not reject the possibility for BDI to leave the government which could easily lead to early parliamentary elections.
Faulty electric blankets are at best dangerous and could easily lead to major fires and even death.
Cllr David Griffiths, Wrexham council's Lead member for health and adult social care, said: " Scams of this type are often quite believable and can easily lead to loss of funds from your bank account.
She told the reporter of the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / on Thursday 18, July: "The absence of a proper solution to this issue could easily lead to the deterioration of the security situation.
He adds: "Qatar can easily lead the region and be the regional growth hub for the construction industry.
If a habitat is thought to contain more animals than it does, this can easily lead to a mistaken idea of how quickly they are disappearing.
Antoine Niyitegeka, project coordinator said "We are going to mainly use Anti-HIV/Aids clubs in schools to sensitise fellow students to avoid involving themselves in actions that can easily lead them into contracting the HIV virus.
They might not be doing anything particularly wrong and not committing any crimes but they can be intimidating for residents and if they are drinking then this can easily lead to disorder.