Explaining or having a cause-and-effect link or relationship. See also causal model.

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  • There was a causal chain of incidents leading up to the capture of the man that almost seemed to defy logic and reason.

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  • Everything has a causal so if you can't figure out the why you can break things down and help to prevent it the next time.

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  • The causal model used to communicate the concept was straightforward and we were able to see all possible effects from this process.

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