Synonyms containing cause to be forfeited
We've found 9,367 synonyms:
kawz, n. that which produces an effect: that by or through which anything happens: motive: inducement: a legal action between contending parties: sake, advantage: that side of a question which is taken up by an individual or party: (Shak.) accusation: (Shak.) matter, affair in general.—v.t. to produce: to make to exist: to bring about: (Spens.) to give excuses.—conj. (dial.) because.—adj. Caus′al, relating to a cause or causes.—n. Causal′ity, the working of a cause: (phren.) the faculty of tracing effects to their causes.—adv. Caus′ally, according to the order of causes.—ns. Causā′tion, the act of causing: the bringing about of an effect; the relation of cause and effect; Causā′tionism, the theory of causation; Causā′tionist, a believer in the foregoing.—adj. Caus′ative, expressing causation.—n. a form of verb or noun expressing such.—adv. Caus′atively.—adj. Cause′less, having no cause or occasion.—adv. Cause′lessly.—ns. Cause′lessness; Caus′er, one who causes an effect to be produced.—Cause célèbre, a convenient French term for a specially interesting and important legal trial, criminal or civil.—Final cause, the end or object for which a thing is done, esp. the design of the universe; First cause, the original cause or creator of all.—Hour of cause (Scot.), hour or time of trial.—Secondary causes, such as are derived from a primary or first cause.—Have or Show cause, to have to give reasons for a certain line of action; Make common cause (with), to unite for a common object; Show cause (Eng. law), to argue against the confirmation of a provisional order or judgment.—For Occasional causes, see Occasionalism. [Fr.,—L. causa.]
— Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
for′fit, v.t. to lose the right to by some fault or crime:—pr.p. for′feiting; pa.p. for′feited.—n. that which is forfeited: a penalty for a crime, or breach of some condition: a fine: something deposited and redeemable by a sportive fine or penalty, esp. in pl., a game of this kind.—adj. forfeited.—adj. For′feitable.—ns. For′feiter (Shak.), one who incurs punishment by forfeiting his bond; For′feiture, act of forfeiting: state of being forfeited: the thing forfeited. [O. Fr. forfait—Low L. forisfactum—L. forisfacĕre, to transgress.]
— Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
The lands of Finnart to the west of Greenock belonged to the Earl of Douglas in medieval times. Around 1455 they were forfeited to the crown. Finnart was given to the Hamiltons, while the western part of the barony of Finnart went to Stewart of Castlemilk and became the barony of Finnart-Stewart, or Gourock. Sir James Hamilton of Finnart inherited the barony and rose to high office, but was beheaded and his estates forfeited, with his Finnart lands going to Shaw of Sauchie and Greenock. These estates subsequently became the west end of Greenock. The northern part of the Finnart-Stewart estates forms the main part of modern Gourock, while the remainder now accommodates the housing estates of south-west Greenock.
a personal chattel which had caused the death of a person, and for that reason was given to God, that is, forfeited to the crown, to be applied to pious uses, and distributed in alms by the high almoner. Thus, if a cart ran over a man and killed him, it was forfeited as a deodand
— Webster Dictionary
I'm a thirteen year old white rapper and, as of 5/22/06, I ain't got a record deal and I'm hoping, by putting this on rapdicts.org, that I might be able to get one. I'll leave lyrics to the third verse one of my songs, called "Fairness is Fantasy" Lyrics of third verse to "Fairness is Fantasy": [Verse 1] Now what I’m bout ta spill Is real and it’s ill I bring skill and thrill It’s hard not ta feel Got no beats ta deal And I live in S-Ville That’s why I’m not rich yet but I tell you I will… Be; I’m imprisoned platinum; rusty chrome I feel like a superhero trapped in a dome Of blind people ‘cause y’all just can’t see I feel like an invisible prodigy People follow me and I’m proud ta be A leader But it’s hard to be when you try to be A succeeder And you gotta be At the top of ya game For anyone outside of ya hood ta know ya name Can’t say I’m not real ‘cause I got the skill I got the determination and I got the will I got the preparation, dedication, what’s not ta feel? I’m rappin’ to you now and you know I’m hot but still I ain’t got a record deal; What’s the deal? I’m the only rapper out here who spit real Man, the thing I ain’t got… is the resources I ain’t got the forces… or the courses I’m a great warrior but ain’t got guns, cars, or horses This is my personality and you can’t tell me what yours is ‘Cause [Chorus] (x2) Fairness… is fantasy Think you can make somethin’ fair? Well, ya can’t, ‘cause see? Everything that’s fair already, is, or will vanish, B ‘Cause fairness… is fantasy [Verse 2] Everyone that’s heard me thinks and knows I’m the greatest But there’s still the hatas Who don’t even listen ta me And additionally, they’re pissin’ me Off by dissin’ me But they’ll be missin’ me When I’m gone; I’m goin’ down in history So keep listening ‘cause the shit’s glistening Whether the ladies are or are not kissin’ me I don’t really know if I’m speakin’ clearly Check, check, 1, 2… Can you hear me? There’s no, “We’re the…” I’m the nearly Perfect and worth it to hear it This ain’t me, this is my spirit Jumpin’ a bridge and I’ll clear it Long as I correctly gear it And steer it but I’m leapin’, hopin’ to get near it And if I fear it, I wear it and I bare it I’m goin’ for the big shit The fat pig shit But I ain’t wearin’ no wig; shit I’m not in disguise I be myself but I can help society rise With replies and reaction I’m the main attraction And all I bring is skill without the help of mask or fashion But do I get paid? You guessed right; hell no! I’m trynta reach heaven but people say I’ll go to hell, though But can’t nobody take my pride And can’t nobody but me guide Myself; You can’t hold me back or hold me down I ain’t laughin’; before, I was a class clown The teachers would always tell me to sit my ass, down So I finally did And though I’m just a kid, I’m writin’ this rap And I’m tellin’ you what Victory’ll Be my story, I’ll Stand at the top of the world with glory, I Bring everything a rapper needs to the table I’m just lookin’ for beats, and a willing record label Victory’ll Be my story, I Ain’t backin’ down even it’s bloody and gory, I Bring everything somebody need to succeed And if I need to bleed, so be it, I won’t cry I’m invincible, I don’t die And y’all know why I’m sayin’ this right now You haters should quiet down ‘Cause the new best thing in the rap game has been found Even though [Chorus (x2)] Fairness… is fantasy Think you can make somethin’ fair? Well, ya can’t, ‘cause see? Everything that’s fair already, is, or will vanish, B ‘Cause fairness… is fantasy [Verse 3] Yes, I’m the best I can feel it in my chest I aggressed a guest and confessed when addressed I was pressed; the shit was solved by that test I guess I need rest; I’m stressed and depressed But that lessed by the crest of this track by a nest Of a breast; I expressed wit’ attack; Be obsessed I’m dressed wit’ a sack That’s blessed on my back The sack is full of skills The shit’ll give you the chills But I ain’t gettin’ shit That’s the part I don’t get Damn! Life’s just so hard to understand ‘Cause I ‘i’n’t even get a buck But I don’t really give a fu** I’m stuck but I can feel it; what’s comin’ is good luck And you say you hate my now, but later, you’ll love me When I’m in the lead and no one’s above me I’m here and I’m the present; I’mma be the future Can’t nobody hold me down ‘Cause victory’ll Be my story; I’ll Stand at the top of the world with glory, I Know I’ll be the best and, in my heart, I believe So, fo sho, I know that I can achieve it Yeah! Victory’ll Be my story, I’ll Stand at the top of the world with glory, I Bring everything a rapper needs to the table Thus concludes my fairness fable
— Rap Dictionary
"A cause" is the third and last single released in France from Céline Dion's French album D'elles. It was sent to the radio stations on January 21, 2008. At the same time "Alone" was released to promote Dion's English album Taking Chances. Both tracks were included on the "A cause" promotional single. "A cause" was written by Françoise Dorin and Jacques Veneruso, who also produced this track. Céline Dion performed it during the French TF1 TV special dedicated to the issue of her album D'elles, in May 2007. She also performed "A cause" on Vivement Dimanche during her visit in France, in November 2007. The performance was supposed to be broadcast on France 2 in May 2008, during the French leg of the Taking Chances Tour, but it was cancelled. "A cause" was remixed by Dj Rien - French producer, composer and remixer. There was no music video made for this track. D'elles includes also another version of "A cause," called "On s'est aimé à cause." It was recorded with music by Marc Dupré and Jean-François Breau, and produced by Tino Izzo. This version includes the original lyrics written by Françoise Dorin, which were modified to fit the danceable arrangement of "A cause." In August 2007, "On s'est aimé à cause" was released as a radio single in Quebec. Radio stations in France started to play it at the end of January 2008, together with "A cause."
|Proximate and ultimate causation|
Proximate and ultimate causation
A proximate cause is an event which is closest to, or immediately responsible for causing, some observed result. This exists in contrast to a higher-level ultimate cause which is usually thought of as the "real" reason something occurred. Example: Why did the ship sink? Proximate cause: Because it was holed beneath the waterline, water entered the hull and the ship became denser than the water which supported it, so it could not stay afloat. Ultimate cause: Because the ship hit a rock which tore open the hole in the ship's hull. In most situations, an ultimate cause may itself be a proximate cause for a further ultimate cause. Hence we can continue the above example as follows: Example: Why did the ship hit the rock? Proximate cause: Because the ship failed to change course to avoid it. Ultimate cause: Because the ship was under autopilot and the autopilot's data were inaccurate. Separating proximate from ultimate causation frequently leads to better understandings of the events and systems concerned.
Coronaviruses are a group of related RNA viruses that cause diseases in mammals and birds. In humans and birds, they cause respiratory tract infections that can range from mild to lethal. Mild illnesses in humans include some cases of the common cold (which is also caused by other viruses, predominantly rhinoviruses), while more lethal varieties can cause SARS, MERS, and COVID-19. In cows and pigs they cause diarrhea, while in mice they cause hepatitis and encephalomyelitis. There are as yet no vaccines or antiviral drugs to prevent or treat human coronavirus infections. Coronaviruses constitute the subfamily Orthocoronavirinae, in the family Coronaviridae, order Nidovirales, and realm Riboviria. They are enveloped viruses with a positive-sense single-stranded RNA genome and a nucleocapsid of helical symmetry. The genome size of coronaviruses ranges from approximately 26 to 32 kilobases, one of the largest among RNA viruses. They have characteristic club-shaped spikes that project from their surface, which in electron micrographs create an image reminiscent of the solar corona, from which their name derives.
A root cause is an initiating cause of a causal chain which leads to an outcome or effect of interest. Commonly, root cause is used to describe the depth in the causal chain where an intervention could reasonably be implemented to change performance and prevent an undesirable outcome. In plain English a "root cause" is a "cause" that is "root". The term root cause has been used in professional journals as early as 1905. Paradies would define a root cause as follows: "The most basic cause that can reasonably be identified that management has control to fix and, when fixed, will prevent the problem’s recurrence."
In the law, a proximate cause is an event sufficiently related to a legally recognizable injury to be held to be the cause of that injury. There are two types of causation in the law: cause-in-fact, and proximate cause. Cause-in-fact is determined by the "but for" test: But for the action, the result would not have happened. For example, but for running the red light, the collision would not have occurred. For an act to cause a harm, both tests must be met; proximate cause is a legal limitation on cause-in-fact.
Anything forfeited or confiscated.
A payment forfeited for an early withdrawal from an account or an investment.
To declare (a vessel) to be forfeited to the government, to be a prize, or to be unfit for service.
The act of judicially condemning, or adjudging guilty, unfit for use, or forfeited; the act of dooming to punishment or forfeiture.
In a criminal case, the surety (or bail) bond assures the appearance of the defendant or the repayment of bail forfeited upon the defendant's failure to appear in court.