has immediate cause (P1478)

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nearest, proximate thing that directly resulted in the subject as outcome or effect. Used in conjunction with 'has cause' (i.e. underlying cause) and 'has contributing factor'. See 'Help:Modeling causes'.
  • has immediate causes
  • immediate cause
  • immediate effect of
  • immediate result of
  • immediate outcome of
  • has proximate cause
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has immediate cause
nearest, proximate thing that directly resulted in the subject as outcome or effect. Used in conjunction with 'has cause' (i.e. underlying cause) and 'has contributing factor'. See 'Help:Modeling causes'.
  • has immediate causes
  • immediate cause
  • immediate effect of
  • immediate result of
  • immediate outcome of
  • has proximate cause

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