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accidental causeの例文

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  • Drugs have been the deliberate or accidental cause of several celebrity children.
  • A U . S . official said the damage suggests an accidental cause was more likely than terrorism.
  • He declined to say whether police suspected a bomb or an accidental cause such as a gas leak.
  • Most believed it was the work of foreigner-hating arsonists, though at the time police had not ruled out an accidental cause.
  • The current prosecution insists that Dugan never told prosecutors before the earlier trial about his belief of a possible accidental cause.
  • Most believed the fire was the work of foreigner-hating arsonists, though at the time police had not ruled out an accidental cause.
  • Although police have not ruled out an accidental cause for Thursday's blaze, many of the protesters said they believed the fire was deliberately set.
  • In closing arguments Tuesday to his 2 {-week retrial, the prosecutor insisted the fire was set and defense lawyers pointed to a gas leak or other accidental cause.
  • He stated that the Navy had uncovered no evidence to suggest that the gun had been operated improperly, nor had it established a plausible accidental cause for the explosion.
  • Supporting the accidental cause, her doctor noted that a prescription of twenty-five barbiturate pills was found by her bedside half-empty and another bottle of one hundred was still unopened.
  • However, he added, " neither an intentional act nor an accidental cause can be proved or dismissed given the limits of science and the dynamics of the blast and its aftermath ."
  • Another rather comic incident involving an accidental cause of immortality can be found in Douglas Adams'novel " The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy ", where the alien Wowbagger accidentally turned himself immortal.
  • Neither was provable in the absence of definitive evidence, but as time passed, the lack of evidence of a bomb or missile began to tip the scales in favor of an accidental cause.
  • An orthopaedic specialist told " The Sunday Star-Times " that in order to break the femur of a baby, the bone would have to bend at a 90 degree angle, ruling out an accidental cause of the injury.
  • Although the reasons behind why house burning was practiced are still debated, the evidence seems to support that it occurred in such a way as to indicate it was highly unlikely to have been as a result of accidental cause.
  • New York City fire investigators believe that one of the deadliest fires in the department's history can be traced to a purely accidental cause : Two teen-age boys, roughhousing on Father's Day, knocked over a can of gasoline in the back yard of a hardware store.
  • And indeed, despite the Sandia theory and almost two years of subsequent testing, a substantial body of scientific and expert evidence continue to support the initial investigation finding that no plausible accidental cause can be established . " Kelso added that the Navy had also found no evidence that the explosion was caused intentionally.