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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - The relation between catalysts and effects.

Usage examples (24)
  • How causality is approached can be a matter of perspective.
  • The causality is not that simple as is sometimes argued, he says.
  • "Final causality" is a concept only for people claiming to know final causes.
  • The most interesting thing to me about WW1 is the difference in causality rates. for more
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  • The "causality" (the relationship between cause and effect) of the "casualty" (a person who is killed or injured) is not obvious.
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