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(211) This price reduction is due to competition among suppliers.
(212) The school's poor exam record is largely due to the fact that it is chronically underfunded.
(213) The match is due to kick off at 2:00 p.m.
(214) The computer failure was due to a glitch caused by lightning.
(215) They arrived late due to a motorway hold-up.
(216) They were due to pay the balance on delivery.
(217) He was reduced to ordinary soldier due to a serious dereliction of duty.
(218) Errors may have been made due to human fallibility.
(219) The train had stopped due to a mechanical problem.
(220) Filming was due to start next month. Sentencedict.com
(221) Its commercial success as a city is partly due to its excellent rail and road communications.
(222) A new mix of their hit single is due to be released early next month.
(223) The cost of completion has been revised upwards again due to inflation.
(224) The first plane is due to leave on October 2.
(225) Sara had to leave her job due to ill health .
(226) His success was in some measure due to his being in the right place at the right time.
(227) The pollution-control team is at the scene and is due to start sucking up oil any time now.
(228) Work on the new bridge is due to begin in September.
(229) The case is due to come before the courts next month.
(230) The lateness of the ship was due to the storm.
(231) The park remains unfinished due to lack of funds .
(232) The present incumbent is due to retire next month.
(233) Both products are due to ship at the beginning of June.
(234) The race was cancelled due to waterlogging.
(235) His book is due to be published in October.
(236) The software is due to ship next month.
(237) Due to the high cost of borrowing, many companies have been forced to close.
(238) We lost our position in the market due to a combination of circumstances.
(239) Drilling is due to start early next year.
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