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The proximate cause of Texas’s grid failure is now well understood.
The sample groups in both studies were small, and in the overwhelming number of cases of coronavirus death, heart failure is not the proximate cause.
At the end of the day, that was the proximate cause of why we decided to withdraw.
The collected water, in turn, was also used to supply the proximate farmland.
There is a persistent theory shared by historians relating to how the elites of the Egyptian Fatimid army were dressed in a comparable fashion to that of the Eastern Romans and the proximate Mediterranean powers.
Ultimate causes, of course, will be overlooked; only proximate causes will be noticed.
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This need not be the ultimate mover, but a proximate one having a particular function.
A relation exists only between things of the same proximate species, as between white and black.
And this consideration begets love, which is the proximate cause of devotion.
That proximate circles or larger groups are connected by the intervention of lesser groups, which he denominates osculant.

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