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Meanings and phrases
- in the nature of something though not readily apparent; implicit in; inherent
- being or involving basic facts or principles; fundamental; rudimentary
- located beneath or below
- Ultimately the underlying cause needs to be treated.
- are employed to access the underlying cause of the coma.
- Treatment depends on the underlying cause.
- Any alternative underlying causes are currently unidentified.
- There is significant disagreement on the underlying causes of the famine.
- Ecosystem ecologist attempt to determine the underlying causes of these fluxes.
- The exact mechanisms underlying the cause of the "tren cough" is not known.
- From this point, modest explorations of the mechanisms underlying this behavior have been observed.
- The evolutionary mechanisms underlying genome segmentation and especially multicomponent architecture are poorly understood.
- The book had an underlying theme that endorsed rebellion in children.
- "...There's an underlying theme where 80 to 90 percent of the songs have the word sun in it.
- Kurt Vonnegut's 1988 novel "Bluebeard" features the Armenian Genocide as an underlying theme.
- The underlying mechanism involves atherosclerosis of the arteries of the heart.
- An underlying mechanism appears to be present in the correlation of extinction and origination rates to diversity.
- The complete blockage of a coronary artery caused by a rupture of an atherosclerotic plaque is usually the underlying mechanism of an MI.