special cause

special cause

[¦spesh·əl ¦kȯz]
(analytical chemistry)
A cause of variance or bias in a measurement process that is external to the system.
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Let there be freedom from custom, till the plantation be of strength; and not only freedom from custom, but freedom to carry their commodities, where they may make their best of them, except there be some special cause of caution.
There was no special cause for his going off like that, I suppose?
Maggie actually forgot that she had any special cause of sadness this morning, as she stood on a chair to look at a remarkable series of pictures representing the Prodigal Son in the costume of Sir Charles Grandison, except that, as might have been expected from his defective moral character, he had not, like that accomplished hero, the taste and strength of mind to dispense with a wig.
As to the special cause of my leaving, it is not merely the strained situation with Mr.
The company worked really hard for us in the year they adopted us as a special cause.
On the other hand, Chief Minister of Punjab Shehbaz Sharif said that the nation cannot forget sacrifices rendered by APS students and staff members as they were for special cause.
Summary: To promote a special cause for the youth, the pop icon steps out of her glamorous life to serve coffee at Starbucks
Around 10 years ago, the Save Darfur movementwhich sprang from a July 2004 summit that the American Jewish World Service, the Holocaust Museum, and Elie Wiesel organizedgalvanized Jewish activists, who saw atrocities prevention as a special cause for a politically influential and historically persecuted community.
A NEW arrival has sparked special cause for celebration.
There are many red squirrel conservation projects where you can become an active member or donate to this very special cause - for the reds' North Wales stronghold on Anglesey see www.
The Aquarium says the new births are a special cause for celebration because right whales historically have had a low reproductive rate.
Sundays seem to be the perfect time to catch some classical music, while also helping to support a special cause.
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