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(2) Due to staff shortages, we are unable to offer a full buffet service on this train.
(3) Her disappointing exam results are entirely due to her inattention in class.
(4) After a try-out in Bath, the play is due to open in Edinburgh next month.
(5) The event has been postponed indefinitely due to lack of interest.
(6) The rise in crime is mainly due to social and economic factors.
(7) Our thanks are due to him.
(8) The parliamentary session is due to end on May 27th.
(9) She's due to arrive on Thursday. Meanwhile(Sentence dictionary), what do we do?
(10) No.103 trolleybus was rerouted due to the renovation of Chang'an Street.
(11) The failure is due to the inadequacy of preparations.
(12) The rocket is due to lift off at noon on Friday.
(13) The city centre suffered some disruption due to a bomb scare.
(14) He is due to face a court-martial on drugs charges.
(15) The teams are due to report back to the Prime Minister early next year.
(16) The flight has been cancelled due to mechanical failure .
(17) Changes in the climate are due to pollution of the atmosphere.
(18) Accidents due to failure of safety equipment are uncommon nowadays.
(19) The match has been cancelled due to adverse weather conditions.
(20) He is due to appear before magistrates in connection with a public order offence.
(21) It's due to open in the spring.
(22) The problem may be due to poor workmanship.
(23) According to my information work was due to start last week.
(24) Due to unforeseen circumstances the cost of the improvements has risen by twenty per cent.
(25) Your headaches are due to stress.
(26) The country'seconomic problems are largely due to the weakness of the recovery.
(27) His success was due to his industry.
(28) Have they been paid the money due to them?
(29) Where unemployment and crime are high, it can be assumed that the latter is due to the former.
(30) All flights between New York and Washington have been cancelled due to fog.
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