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therein lies (something)

That is or was the cause of something. The story has a huge cast of interesting characters, but therein lies the problem: none of them gets enough time to feel fully developed or important. If rumors are to be believed, regulators are going to strike down the merger deal between them, and therein lies our opportunity to snatch up the investment.
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therein lies...

(formal) used to emphasize the result of a particular situation: He works extremely hard and therein lies the key to his success.
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One thinks he can add to the gifts of the Creator, while the other is humble enough to enjoy them; therein lies the secret."
But therein lies the horror of it all--that, however mean and farcical my accusations may be, they are none the less TRUE.
France is in a better position to attain this end than England, for France alone possesses an amount of territory sufficiently extensive to maintain a supply of agricultural produce at prices that will enable the worker to live on low wages; the Administration should keep this end in view, for therein lies the whole modern question.
Yes, there are and must be such; and therein lies the sadness of old School memories.
Therein lies my métier, and it is just possible that it may be of some service in the investigation which lies before us.
and therein lies the genius - we have no idea what's going to happen, or even what we want to happen.
Perversely, the move is an attempt to restore some lost earnings momentum after rising expenses related to data privacy, though therein lies the rub -- who's going to want Facebook to have access to their financial details given their past mishandling of that data?
THOSE heady days carefree and young You live as if every spring has sprung Wild at heart you take your vows And swear you'll never ever part Then in later years you find The passion subsides and leaves behind Something sweeter therein lies A tender kiss a knowing glance Can still make this old heart dance To have a cuddle when the day is done To fall asleep with your arms wrapped tight To feel safe and sound throughout the night Love never dies, it's an endless flame And after fifty years it's still the same.
Subsequently, it was indicated that the SR will talk to anyone who was willing to meet him, and therein lies the catch,' he ed.
But therein lies the huge problem of how do we (UK) make more than we spend?
Therein lies the real answer to success at the top level in sport: individual brilliance.
When Caswell Berry got his first box of free t-shirts from Volcom in 1991, there's no way he could have imagined that 25 years later he'd be touring the planet with the brand, being chased by radio-controlled helicopters equipped with high-tech video equipment, skating the most epic terrain known to man with some of the best dudes to ever roll four wheels down--and therein lies the beauty of this search for stoke that we're all on.
And therein lies the answer to why Kristen Stewart dumped him: she got sick of hanging around for a drink.
163/2006, for the assignment of the service of catering in the form of "catering" means a self-service, to be carried out at the premises of the canteen barracks headquarters of the piedmont regional command of the guardia di finanza di torino therein lies the corso iv novembre 40 and the tax police of the guardia di finanza di torino, therein lies the via giordano bruno 141 - cig n.
Chris is a graphic designer, so has a good eye - and therein lies the problem.