Cause-and-effect



noting a relationship between actions or events such that one or more are the result of the other or others.
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    any controversy that attracts great public attention, as a celebrated legal case or trial. noun (pl) causes célèbres (ˈkɔːz səˈlɛbrəz; -ˈlɛb; ˈkɔːzɪz səˈlɛbrə; -ˈlɛbz; French) (koz selɛbrə) a famous lawsuit, trial, or controversy cause célèbre [(kohz say-leb-ruh, kawz suh-leb-ruh)] A cause or issue, generally political, that arouses public opinion: “The question of the draft was […]

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