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Because

Meanings and phrases

part because

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  • "We got the part because Adam wanted us," Gary Lane said.
  • In part because the field of film studies itself had changed.
  • Bahlman shut down 99, in part because of the case's legal costs.

partly because

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  • This they couldn't do, partly because of the cost.
  • These are partly because of rural urban migration.
  • This is partly because Haeckel's drawings were very inaccurate.

only because

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  • But that's only because they called the dogs off.
  • She does go to meet him, only because of court order.
  • I am tired of people knowing me only because of my language.

important because

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  • The place is important because of its aesthetic significance.

mainly because

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  • It was mainly because of the celebrity-ness".
  • This is mainly because of the high cost of meat in Finland.
  • This was mainly because they feared a return to Yugoslav rule.

not because

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  • But not because someone wanted the painting itself.
  • But not because of the play on the field.
  • (2004) suggested they do not because of subtle features in the skull.

because many

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  • This was because many people from his extended family had curly hair.
  • From summer 2012, he played as center because many defenders got hurt.
  • The list is not complete, because many of the earlier holders are unknown.

named because

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  • He was named because of his parents' desire for him to be .
  • The church was so named because of its proximity to Oxford Castle.
  • It was so named because it was originally thought to control abscission.

simply because

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  • This was not simply because he would not live up to her expectations.
  • However, something does not breach the peace simply because it is irritating.
  • My book would have him there simply because he should have been there all along."

chosen because

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  • The name was chosen because of two meanings.
  • Magnesium was chosen because it does not act as a tamper.
  • A triangle was chosen because it appears in Hart's videos.

because he did

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  • during the interview because he did not understand what Rebellious is for.
  • Tiberius Gracchus objected to this because he did not want to lose the veterans.
  • John Waters was asked to direct, but refused because he did not write the script.

largely because

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  • This was largely because Jefferson was quite suspicious of monopolies.
  • The goods were sent to Terceira largely because of the proximity of the island.
  • Detroit turned into a major industrial region, largely because of the Detroit River.

because most

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  • The truth of his heightening and trigger is obscure, because most who have seen it are dead.
  • Lossless compression is possible because most real-world data exhibits statistical redundancy.
  • The experimental community was never successful, partly because most of the land was not arable.

perhaps because

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  • The Spanish era is calculated from 38 BC, perhaps because of a tax (cfr.
  • The Yazidis, perhaps because of their secrecy, also have a place in modern occultism.
  • The tribes stayed in the Roman province, perhaps because the Romans offered stability.

because no

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  • The place was serene, because no one suffered from guilt.
  • Data is unknown because no agency collects such information.
  • Compared to LCD, brightness is gained because no polarisers are required.

probably because

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  • It often contains fluid-filled cavities, probably because of its rapid growth.
  • Guitarist and singer Jimmy Love was lively on the stage, probably because of it.
  • Oxen are killed more often than cows, probably because they are given less protection.

just because

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  • But just because it burns doesn't mean you're gonna die.
  • It was such a great feeling, and not just because I was a kid.
  • It's just because I'm tired of talking to three people sometimes."

because all

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  • Magee claimed that he killed Kot because all "casinos cheat gamblers".
  • This is well defined because all elements in the same class have the same image.
  • I'm farting because I need to f**king fart, because all I've eaten is f**king beans!...

so named because

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  • The church was so named because of its proximity to Oxford Castle.
  • It was so named because it was originally thought to control abscission.
  • McDeek) Avenue in Terrace is so named because of Wright's totemic affiliation.)

possibly because

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  • However, possibly because of a misunderstanding, fighting resumed.
  • Some galls may not be occupied, possibly because an egg was not laid or it did not hatch.
  • This rivalry happens possibly because of the fact that they are falling for the same girl.

time because

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  • North America was avoided this time because of the Civil War.
  • In 1940 boys slept in the basement for a time because of air raids.
  • This made wealth for him and he had a lot of leisure time because of this.

so because

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  • And it did so because it was a true collaboration.
  • He was named so because Upari - Upwards and Chara - Going i.e.
  • Pillow lace, called so because of the pillow used to produce handmade bobbin lace.

primarily because

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  • Swift chose Colletti primarily because of his sweet and endearing demeanor.
  • The storm was remarkable primarily because of how far and wide it was observed.
  • This is primarily because of the World Bank's decision to reject project finance.

because he felt

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  • He dropped out of high school because he felt the teachings were elitist.
  • Tom Baker disliked Leela's character concept because he felt that she was too violent.
  • On one occasion he turned down a show because he felt it tended too much towards sexual arousal.

name because

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  • The transitional ER gets its name because it contains ER exit sites.
  • It was given this name because it faced the Ōkura Bakufu's western gate.
  • It acquired its name because the two engines drove three tractor propellers.

because he wanted

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  • 50 also asked for a stage because he wanted to perform.
  • Dogbert hired him because he wanted an H.R.
  • Ross reveals he stole the moon rock because he wanted to be an astronaut.

significant because

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  • The stand is significant because Moses is perched upon the top.
  • This story was significant because it was the first about an ordinary person.
  • It is also significant because of its fine medieval and Arts and Crafts design.

because both

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  • It is because both species can endure a temperate climate.
  • It was an interesting release because both bands had left the label.
  • The UN embargo proved ineffective, largely because both Portugal and South Africa refused to participate.

used because

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  • The 8051 is widely used because it is very inexpensive.
  • The name was used because Lovecraft liked "the ring of it".
  • Purportedly, oil lamps were used because the power was out.

because they did

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  • I want them to see themselves, because they did disrespect me also.
  • Strings later left Rockland because they didn't release her solo album.
  • Merchants were the lowest caste because they did not produce any products.

possible because

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  • This is possible because the interpreter is a MIDlet.
  • Higher speeds were not possible because of intersymbol interference.
  • This is possible because of the ionized gas they leave in their wake.

not only because

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  • The multicultural presence became noticeable, not only because of Asia but also because of Europe.
  • Lee decided to cancel the comic with #7, not only because of the weak sales but to use Smith on more popular comics.
  • For twenty two days, the ship was unable to move not only because of the low tide, but also because of the absence of even a slight breeze.

because when

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  • This confusion happens because when it squats it stands on its soles.
  • This is because when No.
  • Linear equations are so-called, because when they are plotted, they describe a straight line.

down because

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  • In 1984 the G was nearly taken down because of maintenance fees.
  • Bacall said at the time: I turned it down because it's just not a part.
  • "I had to turn it down because we were in the middle of that development.

difficult because

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  • However, positioning can be difficult because of hip pain.
  • Xin's early days in London were difficult because she didn't speak much English.
  • She later stated “My life was very difficult because he was so far away from me.

because it does

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  • Magnesium was chosen because it does not act as a tamper.
  • This pathway is anaerobic because it does not require oxygen to synthesize or use ATP.
  • This diagram is called a "vacuum bubble", because it does not link up to any external lines.

mostly because

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  • Poor sales, mostly because of player confusion, were blamed.
  • Arrays are useful mostly because the element indices can be computed at run time.
  • Ostrovsky is known outside of Russian-speaking countries mostly because of these two works.

called because

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  • Mont-Royal), so called because it leads to the foot of Mount Royal.
  • It is so called because the dancers wear face masks which look like .
  • A compulsory armistice was then called because of the lack of any warships.

because people

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  • He's totally ordered, regular structure today is because people up.
  • This is because people fall forward as part of their gait when moving.
  • That dynasty eventually fell because people forgot religion ("dharma").

either because

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  • Some high mountain villages are car free either because of inaccessibility or by choice.
  • However she is always turned away, either because of Sherman or her own rough personality.
  • Berengaria did not attend them, either because she was not advised of them or by her own decision.

because he believed

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  • Butler refused because he believed "it wasn't a black man's war."
  • Kano was excited about the story because he believed it is controversial.
  • However, Ellis did not always use E-Prime because he believed it interferes with readability.

because each

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  • They were close friends, but looked jealous because each had a lover.
  • This was done because each episode's theme was changed to correspond to a book.
  • Ostriches are becoming more and valuable because each and every part can be used.

failed because

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  • Isabela nearly failed because of hunger and disease.
  • The plan failed because very few liberals prepared to help Weber.
  • His expedition to Halychyna had failed because of mutiny within his army.

so called because

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  • Mont-Royal), so called because it leads to the foot of Mount Royal.
  • It is so called because the dancers wear face masks which look like .
  • The Cathedral Quarter is so called because St Anne's Cathedral lies at its heart.

because only

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  • This scoreboard works because only one team can get points in an end.
  • Garments were very expensive because only the finest fabrics were used.
  • This is made more difficult because only one item can be carried at any given time.

years because

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  • Conventions were suspended during the Depression years because of travel expenses.
  • (He had to wait for two years because the legal age of marriage for women was twelve.)
  • Completion of the building was delayed 24 years because of the depression and two wars.

necessary because

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  • This procedure is apparently necessary because of the economics of the industry.
  • The lock was necessary because the Kootenay River was than the level of Columbia Lake.
  • The fiber positioning system is necessary because of the wide field of view of the GMT.

because it did

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  • It had not previously qualified for the record because it did not have a full postal address.
  • Capra cut two reels off "Lost Horizon" because it didn't work and then someone tried to put it back.
  • Despite a certain appeal, it was finally discontinued because it did not provide sufficient resolution.

both because

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  • Dillon was a Francophile both because he had French origins and for his own personal tastes.
  • This points to a post-exilic date of composition both because of the use of the Persian period term and because Judah had a king before the exile.
  • As a queen, she was often seen driving her Rolls-Royce through Belgrade, which was a major rarity at the time, both because she was a royal and a woman.

likely because

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  • This is most likely because differential lightings leading to different optimal camouflages.
  • This is likely because of the high rates of vasovagal syncope in the young adult population.
  • However, this last hypothesis is the least likely because the research tanks were well oxygenated.

because he thought

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  • He steered Bing away from Jane because he thought she was only being nice.
  • He also believed in heavy taxation because he thought it increases effort.
  • He claims to have ended the show because he thought "It's a good time to finish."

especially because

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  • They gradually became a pride of Tachov, especially because of its condition that they are in.
  • The village was a local trade center, and remains so especially because of the trade of timber.
  • The film was below average at the box office, especially because it was a typical A center movie.

work because

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  • Initially, Losey could not find work because she was a woman.
  • He does not work because he has to pay the rent or the phone bill.
  • I know I've lost work because of being gay, and it is always an issue.

year because

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  • Her studies were interrupted for one year because of the Polish–Ukrainian War.
  • However, the campaign was delayed one year because of another revolt in Egypt and Babylonia.
  • She retired from swimming for a year because there were no opportunities for female swimmers there.

controversial because

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  • "Baby Doll" was controversial because of its underlying sexual theme.
  • This act was seen in part as controversial because of its impact to many types of businesses.
  • The temple event became particularly controversial because it was attended by Vice President Gore.

season because

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  • He left them after one season because they were relegated.
  • He missed the 1902 football season because of typhoid fever.
  • Motagua at the end of the season because of his low coach's consideration.

up because

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  • ", but Biković gave up because of the obligations he had in Russia.
  • He denies it, saying Jimmy would make that up because he hates them.
  • Other armadillo species cannot roll up because they have too many plates.

school because

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  • He wasn’t punished by the school because of his elite athletic status.
  • He dropped out of high school because he felt the teachings were elitist.
  • However, she cannot go to school because she is undergoing rehabilitation.

because such

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  • This is because such orders cannot be appealed "as of right".
  • 'And because such a place doesn't exist (that I know of), the book had to.'
  • This is done because such claims would necessarily dilute the liability of solvent defendants.

notable because

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  • The Kevada is notable because of its mausoleum.
  • He said that, "Multiculturalism is no longer notable because it is everywhere."

because of lack

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  • Many native species were lost because of lack of woodland support.
  • Liturgical life was suffering because of lack of instruction for the novices.
  • Advanced students often find themselves excluded from masterclasses because of lack of funds.

rejected because

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  • The next year he was rejected because of the Jewish roots of his father.
  • Others were rejected because they were considered for other lines on the network.
  • The proposal was rejected because of a low turnout, even though 50.3% of voters approved it.

because of poor

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  • These however, were closed two years after because of poor enrollment.
  • The MAX was discontinued months after its introduction because of poor sales in Japan.
  • However, he describes those critiques as coming across because of poor media reportage.

because she did

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  • Xin's early days in London were difficult because she didn't speak much English.
  • She went to the to register for ordination, but was turned down because she did not have a master.
  • She initially decided not to attend the audition because she did not think she would get the part.

because of what

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  • "You are what you are because of what goes into your mind."
  • The worst loss I've ever been associated with because of what was on the line."
  • Satan sins, not because of what he wills but because of what God wills for him.

occurs because

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  • This occurs because Al(OH) has a very large lattice energy.
  • In rare cases, ejaculation occurs because of prostatic disease.
  • As a result, a struggle occurs because the female is resistant.

because

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  • It has been called the “Everest of Rivers” because of the extreme conditions.
  • We can’t deify “Christ, Shakespeare, and Keats” because of their heterogeneity.
  • He considers his work to be “magical” because he considers the universe magical.

film because

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  • She made the film because there was no visual record of the Russian Revolution.
  • However, producer Spoor refused to release the film because it was "poorly made".
  • Shroff was initially hesitant to do the film because he did not want to get typecast in the elder brother role.

because he does

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  • Ross secretly tries to get an annulment because he does not want to have had three divorces.
  • He did not watch the series before becoming a contestant, because he does not own a television.
  • She is 25 years old, is sociable if somewhat grumpy and arrogant because he does not like to mess with your stuff.

partially because

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  • This is partially because there is no life guard on duty.
  • This is partially because qualitative reasoning increases with age.
  • She resolved to combat this issue, partially because she feared the White Race was dying out.

cancelled because

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  • It was cancelled because of the Franco-Prussian War in 1871.
  • The game was cancelled because of his injury and was made up on January 23, 2006.
  • However that game also had to be cancelled because of extreme weather conditions.

because of financial

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  • It closed in 1974 because of financial problems.
  • Note: Congaz and Haiduc-Unisport withdrew because of financial problems.
  • By 1930 she had to leave New York because of financial and health problems.

least because

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  • Some of his works of poetry are still cherished, not least because of the tunes set to them.
  • However, the project proved to be nonviable, not least because seal numbers had declined massively.
  • During removal, the shelf was accidentally dropped at least because a retaining bolt had not been removed.

particularly because

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  • 70% ethanol is the most effective concentration, particularly because of osmotic pressure.
  • The textures and lighting were cited as high points, particularly because of the gameplay role of shadows.
  • The change to remove his image generated controversy, particularly because 2007 was the 150th anniversary of Elgar's birth.

presumably because

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  • This unit is very popular, presumably because it is easier to calculate the cost of a piece of land.
  • Males tend to have larger home ranges than females, presumably because, being larger, they require more food.
  • The area around Licancabur was first settled by the Atacameno people, presumably because of the water in local canyons.

delayed because

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  • Filming was delayed because June Lang had an infected throat.
  • Further climbing activities were delayed because of a snow storm.
  • Planned development of the site was delayed because of the economic slowdown.

because of how

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  • He said, "I am always going to have anger because of how he did me.
  • The storm was remarkable primarily because of how far and wide it was observed.
  • Keyes said the crew is like family because of how long they have been together.

because his father

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  • Johnny's nervous because his father Jim is also a gambler.
  • Jørn Utzon lived in Helsingør in his youth because his father was an engineer at .
  • Carbo saw Yawkey as a father figure, because his father did not really care about him.

occurred because

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  • This has occurred because Barbados is rising at 1 inch per 1000 years.
  • This occurred because the boat was too full and listed to one side at the turn.
  • The match, however, never occurred because Gowen legitimately no-showed the event.

precisely because

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  • His net worth, however, is not known precisely because the Trump Organization is privately held.
  • And it was precisely because Team Dealer brought so much fire power to the fight that we made final operational decisions.
  • The ever-wealthier Vietnamese are embracing Christmas precisely because of its non-religious glamour and commercial appeal.

life because

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  • He plays at life because he is unable to live it.
  • Hoppen has struggled in life because of her dyslexia.
  • I'm like that in real life because I trust everyone too much.

popular because

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  • This design is popular because of its economy and speed.
  • He was popular because he was medieval.
  • He was popular because his weather predictions were funny and somewhat cryptic.

case because

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  • We had a very strong case because I had the truth on my side.
  • Morris began researching the case because it related to Dr. Grigson.
  • After a while he returned to his obsession with his wife case because he had some new information.

not least because

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  • Some of his works of poetry are still cherished, not least because of the tunes set to them.
  • However, the project proved to be nonviable, not least because seal numbers had declined massively.
  • It remains subject to a wide margin of error, not least because the samples are mainly from Europe and North America.

people because

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  • I told him to love the people because one day they can love you, too."
  • But they’re not bothering those people because those people are not big names."
  • The song contains lyrics that may offend people because of its religious content.

place because

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  • Dayalan's school gets first place because of Arivazhagi's and Pazhani's hard work.
  • Even if they had some rules, sexual harassment still took place because were no consequences.
  • According to ancient folk legends, solar eclipses take place because dogs in heaven eat the sun.

interest because

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  • Karst sites are of interest because of the biological communities they contain.
  • His history is of particular interest because it appears to intertwine with that of the Trojan War.
  • The compound is of scientific interest because of its high nitrogen content and explosive properties.

attention because

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  • It came to his attention because arrow points and flakes were found on the surface.
  • It received much attention because of its mix of jazz and rap, using live jazz musicians.
  • Maybe I attracted attention because I have bright and playful videos about some taboo subjects.

because they believed

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  • They closed most rural schools because they believed that teachers were TPLF sympathizers.
  • He prevented the Germans for setting a house on fire, because they believed it to be used to shelter partisans.
  • Nevertheless, they continued to resist, in part because they believed the Soviets would execute any who surrendered.

because they felt

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  • Mirabelle was given a long skirt because they felt a short skirt would appear too shameless.
  • They had recently increased their budgets because they felt the movies were more profitable that way.
  • Coca-Cola wanted the business in their asset list because they felt it would save both consumers and Coca-Cola money.

role because

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  • Dam methylase also plays a role because the oriC has 11 5'-GATC-3' sequences (in "E. coli").
  • Varela was attracted to the role because she believed that "Dallas" was "legendary" and had a "legacy".
  • Savini accepted the role because he is friends with Dana Gould, a former staff writer on "The Simpsons".

area because

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  • It was considered to be too dangerous in that area because it was on the edge of the balloon barrage.
  • Normal business and travel has been hampered in this area because of frequent street fights and agitations.
  • Geologists chose the area because of a wide crater created about 1.8 billion years ago by a large meteorite.

closed because

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  • Newspapers cannot be closed because of their content.
  • The village school closed because of falling pupil numbers.
  • "It closed because Mr. Calk wanted it to close," Brennan testified.

made because

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  • That only got made because we were flush with funds.
  • This move was made because mold was found in the building.
  • Overall, 2,624 insurance claims were made because of property damage.

because it allows

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  • This is an important property because it allows the use of a "flipping" technique.
  • The surface area is important because it allows atmospheric oxygen to dissolve and sunlight radiation to penetrate the water.
  • formula_332 is characterized as structure-neutral because it allows formula_26 existing in whatever partition level of formula_38.

again because

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  • In 1939 the journal was closed again because of World War II.
  • We can’t let it happen again because that would be total mismanagement."
  • Incumbent mayor James Baker was ineligible to run again because of term limits.

abandoned because

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  • The project was abandoned because of the death of producer Majendran.
  • The album was abandoned because the members had different priorities.
  • The mine was abandoned because of a lack of funds to purchase an engine.

died because

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E.g.
  • And he probably died because he finally relaxed.
  • Some of the subjects died because of the tests.
  • In the next year he died because of illness.

game because

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  • Akers and Pickering missed that game because of injuries.
  • Manziel was scratched from the final game because of a concussion.
  • Receiver Deonte Thompson missed the game because of a hamstring injury.

unique because

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  • The tea is unique because of the use of egg yolk in its preparation.
  • Ohio Central's T-6 is unique because it was the only one built with Hi-Ad trucks.
  • The climate and natural history of the island are unique because of its position in Lake Ladoga.
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