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1 The disease was put down to bad drinking water.
2 I was having difficulty reading, which I put down to the poor light.
3 Poor attendance at the concert was put down to the lack of big names.
4 Likes and dislikes can not be put down to pure genetic inheritance alone.
5 In a way, it has to be put down to mutual dependence.
6 This growth he put down to the general improvement in bookshop presentation and the wider availability of books in non-traditional outlets.
7 It's success could be put down to the hard sell.
8 These were put down to provide underground information in critical areas where the succession of rocks was poorly known.
9 But some of the violence can be put down to attempts at extortion or revenge killings.
10 What I and my friends put down to evil witchcraft, my enemies are likely to attribute to incompetence or bad management.
11 This improvement in standards can only be put down to cellar training.
12 The delay has been put down to the need for more technical advice on issues such as geographic tracking.
13 The fever was put down to bad water.
14 The shortage can be put down to bad planning.
15 The outbreak of cholera was put down to bad drinking water.
16 The outbreak of food poisoning was put down to contaminated milk.
17 At first the outbreak of food poisoning was put down to contaminated milk.
18 The relationship between the old Duke and the young woman was put down to the salacity which is frequently found in rich old men. People imagined all manner of things,(Sentencedict.com) except the truth.
19 Mulch: Material such as grass clippings or wood chips put down to discourage weeds and hold in moisture.
20 If this were an isolated case,[www.Sentencedict.com] it might simply be put down to an individual health authority overreacting to public embarrassment.
21 She had hoped to time her nightly visit to the nursery so that he was actually being put down to sleep.
22 "Historically, we know that Napoleon had had toothache in 1816 and this was put down to a mouth inflammation diagnosed as scurvy , " valuer Chris Albury said.
23 Traditiona - lly United have been slow starters, so can this defeat put down to that?
24 relationship between the old Duke and the young woman was put down to the salacity which is frequently found in rich old men.
25 The correlation isn't perfect, but it's much too good to put down to chance.
26 Samuel Eto'o and Diego Milito had their moments, but the team lacked cohesion and that can't simply be put down to the high number of new players.
27 It finally gave the go free, it floated far from the scarf, and there is the freedom to put down to the sword at Scotland, which will become a permanent memory.
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