gave rise

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  • He believed fire gave rise to the other elements and thus to all things.
  • This eventually gave rise to the division of the community into three bodies.
  • Information released through the site has given rise to serious and less serious news stories.
  • The p and the s eventually came to be written over each other giving rise to $.
  • May not the former have given rise to the latter? Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 810, July 11, 1891, by Various
  • The presence of water bodies has given rise to a number of boat clubs.
  • The public will now understand that one and the same subject has not given rise to two books. Cited from The Land of Midian, Vol. 1, by Richard Burton
  • This gave rise to concerns about supply in the coming days and weeks.
  • The area has given rise to some of the more prominent names in folk music.
  • It was never produced, though it gave rise to the band's concept album.
  • Apparently the co-existence of these two offices did not give rise to any problems.
  • The first was that the environment gives rise to changes in animals.
  • New living conditions such as these give rise to new challenges for public health.
  • Each of these points alone can give rise to false results.
  • This need for pre-planning has given rise to a small industry surrounding such travel.
  • This gave rise to the modern ranks of major and major general.
  • This has given rise to both its English and scientific name.
  • The circumstances under which his remains were found gave rise to stories (see below).
  • This condition has given rise to a demand for the best material in each of these several lines. Cited from East O' the Sun, by Gudrun Thorne-Thomsen
  • The action to be chosen should be the one that gives rise to the highest total expected value.
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