- n the act of causing something to happen
- v give rise to; cause to happen or occur, not always intentionally
- v cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner
- The Poling case is also causing deep concern among public health officials, eager to reassure parents that vaccines are safe and, indeed, hugely beneficial.
- The attack ended when Damian Monroe Williams took a cinderblock and bashed Denny's skull, fracturing it in 91 places and causing severe brain damage.
- They've engineered two new materials one using a fishnet of metal layers, the other using tiny silver wires that neither absorb nor reflect light, causing it instead to .
- President Bush in International Herald Tribune
There's a lot of sectarian violence taking place, fomented, in my opinion, because of the attacks by Al Qaeda, causing people to seek reprisal,Mr. Bush said, adding that he planned to work with Mr. Maliki "to defeat these elements."
- Arnold Schwarzenegger in Inquirer.net
These fires are causing terrible and tragic devastation in our state, but we are responding and we will not stop until everyone is safe,Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said.
- Bennie Thompson in ABC News
Rep. Bennie Thompson, chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, said the Salahis' testimony "is important to explain how a couple circumvented layers of security at the White House on the evening of a State Dinner without causing alarm."