for cause

for cause

adverb for legitimate reason, for just reaaon, with cause, with justification
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Benson was discharged for cause in the wake of $1 billion in oil trading losses which drove the entire MG Group to the brink of bankruptcy.
and its German parent, Metallgensellschaft AG (MGAG) in February 1994, contending that he was improperly discharged for cause.
The diverse characteristics of the blazes in the Carolinas alone illustrate the daunting task faced by federal and local investigators searching for causes to nearly three dozen suspected arsons at African-American churches in the South.
Many biological factors have been nominated as candidates for causes of violence.