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Use "precipitating" in a sentence
"It was Ronald Reagan who made a fateful turn to the military, choosing Col. Robert "Bud" McFarlane, followed by Vice Adm. John Poindexter, to head the National Security Council – - where they played a key role in precipitating the Iran-Contra crisis."
"Business school discourse today has a new set of topical lessons, emphasizing the roles played by MBAs in precipitating the global ..."
"To be fair, while cash may be the main precipitating factor behind the shifts, it's not the only one."