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War is just an effect, not a cause.
– Marianne Williamson
Progressive politics is not something to be bolted on to another cause.
– Johann Lamont
Cowboys had guitars. And they sang country ’cause they lived in the country.
– Robbie Robertson
When you are convinced your cause is just, you fight for it.
– Rigoberta Menchu
It is not the punishment but the cause that makes the martyr.
– Saint Augustine
None of my costume designers have ever been nominated for an Oscar ’cause I don’t do period movies that have ball scenes with a hundred extras in them.
– Quentin Tarantino
Certainly there was no just cause of complaint from the Northern States – no advantage was ever sought or obtained by them for their section of the Republic.
– Robert Toombs
We let folks know we’re interested in them and that they’re vital to us. cause they are.
– Sam Walton
The cause is hidden; the effect is visible to all.
A stable, changeless state, ’twere cause indeed to weep.
– William C. Bryant
Quality-of-life policing is based on probable cause – an officer has witnessed a crime personally or has a witness to the crime.
– William Bratton
Study carefully the law of cause and effect.
– Vernon Howard
He is not only dull in himself, but the cause of dullness in others.
– Samuel Foote
The rigid cause themselves to be broken; the pliable cause themselves to be bound.
– Xun Kuang
I’d like to cause a little riot in skating.
– Sasha Cohen
Whoever stands by a just cause cannot possibly be called a terrorist.
– Yasser Arafat
I regret everything. But so what? At least I have cause.
– Sebastian Horsley
Drugs, were a symptom – they weren’t the cause of anything.
– Wayne Kramer
The Snowden leaks did cause damage.
– Theresa May
After a century of studying schizophrenia, the cause of the disorder remains unknown.
– Thomas R. Insel
Problems are cured by facing their cause.
Obstinacy in a bad cause is but constancy in a good.
– Thomas Browne
The Cause of Women is generally the Cause of Virtue.
– Samuel Richardson
Enthusiasm for a cause sometimes warps judgment.
– William Howard Taft