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The recent fires resulted from a combination of local and global factors, but human mismanagement — from climate change to deforestation to neglecting controlled burns — is the backdrop of each crisis.

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As Google’s official representatives informed us, E-A-T is not in itself a ranking factor.

Developmental researchers acknowledge that many personal and social factors interact throughout life.

Even though Google is planning to move away from backlinks in the future, they still remain the most important ranking factor for your pages.

The relative closeness of the election is a factor here, too.

Two factors made Hiram Revels especially interesting to the Washington establishment.

There are so many factors at play, but in the end, the culmination of them resulted in your death.

Today many in the economics and urban planning professions consider such factors close to irrelevant.

It is simply that we have failed to understand and examine the factors that are putting young gay men at risk.

Age is one of many factors, but it will play a larger role in the conversation as Baby Boomers retire and longevity is extended.

Other factors being equal, the amount of urea indicates the activity of metabolism.

Factors which favor an early deposit are high acidity, diminished urinary pigments, and excessive excretion of uric acid.

The moment that we introduce the operation of human volition and activity, that, too, becomes one of the factors of "survival."

Merchandise brokers, unless factors, negotiate for the sale of merchandise without having possession or control of it.

But there is also a third point as yet insufficiently realised—the historic factors of the problem.


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On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to factors, such as: circumstance, influence, point, component, element, and thing.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.