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Because and because of

because

conjunction

used for showing the reason something happens or the reason why it is described in a particular way

due to

preposition

because of something

whereas

conjunction

because of a particular fact that has been considered

owing to

preposition

because of something

given

preposition

because of a particular fact

in view of something

because of something

on account of

because of someone or something

for

preposition

because

in (the) light of something

because of a particular fact

by virtue of something

because of, or as a result of

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… a teaching method in which groups of children learn independently using a computer linked to the internet

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bankster

a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …

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