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Causer, he who or that which causes: “love's denying, faith's defying, heart's renying, c. of this,” Pilgr. 252. “and study too, the c. of your vow,” LLL IV, 3, 311. “is not the c. of the timeless deaths of these Plantagenets as blameful as the executioner?” R3 I, 2, 117. “bettering thy loss makes the bad c. worse,” IV, 4, 122.
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