determining cause


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determining cause

The final event or condition that brings about a disease or condition.
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While the jury found that plaintiff had taken "protected" leave, none of his absences were the determining cause of his termination -- which was based on unprotected absences.
Kids use many different thinking and academic skills while playing I SPY: visual discrimination, vocabulary building, reading proficiency, visual memory, creative writing, creativity, problem solving, associative thinking, strategic thinking, and determining cause and effect.
An external committee is determining causes and circumstances of what happened at the unit last Monday, while an internal one is assessing damages.
The Committees' joint recommendations to States detail criteria for determining causes and manifestations of harmful practices.
They worked on real cases, determining causes of death, an experience that had a great impact on all of the students.
He also remarked on the pricing transparency the company will obtain with the said platform added to the element that it matches the firm's more traditional brokerage model were also determining causes.