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Owing to the added sunshine, photosynthesis has been rampant.
Problems owing to the game's incomplete state still abound though.
Orientation could be difficult, owing to the volatile weather conditions.
Owing to the short path length between any two users, news travels fast in the tweet-o-sphere.
Owing to this bounty, the areas above the shale are now in the grip of an unprecedented gas-drilling boom.
Giant pandas have long been a biological curiosity, owing in part to their strict bamboo diet and low rate of reproduction.
The total debt and interest owing on it is less than the total of both fiat and debt money available in the world.
Nearly one in seven homeowners is underwater, owing more on their mortgages than their homes are worth.
Owing to several factors, including the subsidy, some investors have lately been pounding the stock.
The head does not bear a pleased expression, owing to its having been decapitated by the scimitar.
All the elements came together fast, owing to a factor largely missing from civilian life: the incontestability of command.
But it wasn't until recently that, owing to advances in drilling technology, extracting the gas became a lucrative proposition.
Owing to circulatory problems, he has trouble walking and is blind in one eye.
She is five feet nine in her stocking feet, and uses a wheelchair owing to a broken hip.
Last year's fall was partly owing to new safety procedures, which helped reduce the industry's fatality rate.
Fixed capital investment will contract for the first time in a decade, owing to the downturn and financing constraints.
The agency added that the number might be revised up again, owing to the poor quality of the available data.
Depending on whether floating rates rise or fall, one will end up owing money to the other.
Often these are works acquired at auction for a bargain price, owing to an original misidentification.
His unpopularity seems to be owing largely to unemployment and the widening gap between rich and poor.
First of all, euro-area inflation has increased of late, largely owing to rising energy and commodity prices.
It rapidly diminishes in size in its course up the neck, owing to the number and large size of the branches given off from it.
Owing to the disappearance of the early records of the city, the story of its first years can no longer be reconstructed.
It might be partly owing to the studied austerity of her dress, and partly to the lack of demonstration in her manners.
They were quite unsteady when they came out, owing to the effect of the alcohol on their empty stomachs.
The upper border runs obliquely upward and backward, owing to the great depth of the lamina.
Words having properly no connexion with each other at all, but confused owing to superficial resemblance.
There may be schedules made out, owing to my exertions, but they will be only catalogs of sale.
Owing to security concerns, the event had to be postponed twice, and the venue changed.
No confidence exists, owing to the uncertainties of the future.

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