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give rise to (something)

To trigger or cause something. The technological advances gave rise to the Industrial Revolution.
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give rise to something

to cause something; to instigate something. The attack gave rise to endless arguments. Her ludicrous living gave rise to further speculation as to the source of her money.
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give rise to

be the cause of.
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give ˈrise to something

(formal) cause something to happen or exist: The novel’s success gave rise to a number of sequels.
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give rise to

To be the cause or origin of; bring about.
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To me it is quite credible that the Martians may be descended from beings not unlike ourselves, by a gradual development of brain and hands (the latter giving rise to the two bunches of delicate tentacles at last) at the expense of the rest of the body.
The study is the first to identify these so-called hybrid hepatocytes, and show that they are able to regenerate liver tissue without giving rise to cancer.
The Minister said the antiIslam policies were giving rise to violence among the Muslims.
Saleh Hamd expressed satisfaction with the market which ensures direct encounter with end users, thus giving rise to advantages on the part of suppliers and customers.
ISLAMABAD, August 19, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Sindh cotton crop has been severely hit by the rains giving rise to the fears that cotton production target for the current year would not be achieved.
7 billion during the month giving rise to a huge trade deficit of $ 13.
Nowhere in his article does Story build a case for unguided randomness (randomness outside the governance of a demonstrable controlling entity) giving rise to anything purposeful--this is simply assumed.
The BIS said that the low level of global interest rates might encourage banks to take up excessive risks, thereby giving rise to new asset price bubbles.
In determining the apportionment method for a specific deduction, examples of bases and factors that may be used include a comparison of units sold, gross sales or receipts, COGs, profit contribution, expenses incurred, assets used, salaries paid, space used, and time spent attributable to the activities or properties giving rise to the class of gross income, and gross income amount.
If the gross receipts derived from the sale of the automobiles do not qualify as DPGR but the gross receipts derived from the sale of each of the three components do qualify, the first part of the analysis dictates that the taxpayer has three items giving rise to DPGR: sunroofs, stereos, and tires.
On top of this, in the same period, there has been an astounding redistribution of income and wealth from the bottom to the top, giving rise to luxurious living for the gainers and increasingly hard times for the losers.
There is a substantial and growing excess of savings that is misallocated globally and giving rise to huge waves of liquidity that may misprice risk in the short term and create credit and/or market crises.
He said that at the end of September, Anglican Appeal donations were 25 percent ahead of the 2002 level, giving rise to expectations that totals would reach $600,000 for 2003.
The sale or exchange and the circumstances giving rise to the sale or exchange are proximate in time;
Then came electricity and gearless traction, giving rise to the next wave of high-rise, typified by the Woolworth and the Singer buildings.