causally


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caus·al

 (kô′zəl)
adj.
1. Of, involving, or constituting a cause: a causal relationship between scarcity of goods and higher prices.
2. Indicative of or expressing a cause.
n.
A word or grammatical element, such as since or because, expressing a cause or reason.

caus′al·ly adv.
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Adv.1.causally - in a causal fashion; "causally efficacious powers"
Translations

causally

[ˈkɔːzəlɪ] ADVcausalmente
they are causally relatedguardan una relación de causa y efecto

causally

advkausal, ursächlich; they are causally connecteddazwischen besteht ein Kausalzusammenhang
References in classic literature ?
Two instances of walking have the same name because they resemble each other, whereas two instances of Jones have the same name because they are causally connected.
The previous three doctors who had examined Johnson agreed with his initial diagnosis and agreed that the condition was causally related to his workplace injury.
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He sought reimbursement through workers' compensation, but his insurance carrier, CNA Insurance Co., denied it on the ground that "medical marijuana is not reasonable/necessary or causally related" to his injury.
The commission was entitled to give greater weight to the treating physician's opinion and rely on his testimony that physical therapy and massage administered to manage an employee's pain was reasonable, necessary and causally related to his work injury.
There was evidence that increased height was causally related to varicose veins in Mendelian randomization analysis (inverse-variance weighted: odds ratio, 1.26).
78) puts it, that "action presupposes a causally structured observational reality but the reality of action which we can understand as requiring such structure, is not itself causally structured." Action itself is not causally structured since it is purpose-directed.
"Doughnuts have always been my favourite cake or dessert, as I love how you can have a unbelievable doughnut, made with amazing toppings and fillings, or you could causally eat an entire box for breakfast on a Sunday.
As noted by the FDA, such reports are not necessarily causally related by the cited product.
While it appeared that only one case may be 'causally' associated with Dengvaxia, the DPW said it has yet to be known if the vaccine had anything to do with the death.
In sections on defining virtue, causal effects, and the causal analysis of virtue, he covers defining temperance causally, virtue as a habit, virtue as a good habit, virtue's definition, exemplar and object, end and agent, rational virtue, passionate virtue, telic virtue, graced virtue, and rethinking infusion.