Foetal ascites is seen as an occasional cause
of dystocia in many species but occurs most often in cows (Roberts, 1971).
This double-CD compilation, charting the band's 40-year career, can't escape the fact that it's all downhill from album opener A Whiter Shade Of Pale, despite occasional cause
enterocolitica has been an uncommonly reported pathogen, although in recent years it has emerged as an occasional cause
of sporadic illness and foodborne disease outbreaks.
Not surprisingly, a common injury and occasional cause
of death was strangulated hernia.
An occasional cause
of morning sore throat is regurgitation of stomach acids up into the back of the throat where they are extremely irritating.
Moreover, Malebranche also maintains that finite agents may control their attention, which he takes to be the occasional cause
of knowledge, and this claim, too, seems to be incompatible with occasionalism.
Nadler argues that Descartes introduced occasional causes
only where 'efficient causation cannot intelligibly operate'--say, because of the mind-body dissimilarity--but argues that Descartes does not deny finite creatures any efficient casual power, as do the 'occasionalists' such as Malebranche (36).