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We also have a bin where we place flight mishaps that had an initial aircraft component failure, because of maintenance malpractice or a material failure that is followed by an aircrew causal factor or factors.
Those resources take care of the causal factors just mentioned.
However, a number of additional causal factors were present, including some deficiencies with equipment.
Timing of birth in relationship to winter virus season confers a differential and definable risk of developing early childhood asthma, establishing winter virus seasonality as a causal factor in asthma development, conclude the authors.
THERE is no doubt that knife and gun crime continues to make front-page news, and the lack of police visibility on our streets remains a causal factor.
In an effort to advance talented women in leadership positions, including those from underrepresented backgrounds, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) published today a Request for Applications (RFA) to support research on causal factors and interventions that promote and support the careers of women in biomedical and behavioral science and engineering.
Hence, identifying advertising as a causal factor (and measuring the magnitude of the related effect) not only requires rich data sources that include information on parental inputs, peer characteristics, exposure to cigarette marketing, and other potential influences but also requires that these variables be observed for extended periods of time (back to early periods of childhood development).
The pro-Diana group will think her presence a mockery as she was a causal factor in Diana's misery.