Some articles on owing:

Siege Of Dunkirk (1793) - Assessment
... made this expedition miscarry the first owing to the promises and assurances I received from your Majesty's Ministers not being in any way fulfilled the second owing to the alteration ...
Michael Dacher - Climbs - Asia
1973 Hindu Kush expedition, failed owing to equipment losses 1975 Yalung Kang (8,438 m) (Kangchenjunga West Peak), 2nd ascent 1977 Lhotse (8,516 m) im Khumbu ...
... Water enters the low-lying polder through groundswell owing to water pressure on ground water or rainfall and transport of water by rivers and canals ... land made up of peat (former marshland) will show accelerated compression owing to the peat decomposing in dry conditions ... available materials and each has its own risk factor sand is prone to collapse owing to oversaturation by water while dry peat is lighter than water, making the barrier potentially ...
Tollywood - Commercial Stance
... Owing to the success of the film, the number of reels grew to about hundred ... Owing to this path breaking trade, the film was remade into Tamil, Bengali, Oriya and Hindi ... Pokiri has been remade in Hindi, Tamil and Kannada in the following two years owing to the film's commercial success ...
Refugees In Hong Kong - Who Is A Refugee?
... of the Geneva Convention, a refugee is a person who ‘owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or ...

More definitions of "owing":

  • (adj): Owed as a debt.
    Example: "Must pay what is owing"; "sleep owing to you because of a long vigil"

Famous quotes containing the word owing:

    Strictly speaking, there is but one real evil: I mean acute pain. All other complaints are so considerably diminished by time that it is plain the grief is owing to our passion, since the sensation of it vanishes when that is over.
    Mary Wortley, Lady Montagu (1689–1762)

    My profession lent itself nicely to my vocation for heights. It freed me of any bitterness towards my fellow men, who were always in my debt, without my owing them anything. It placed me above the judge whom, I in turn judged, above the defendant whom I forced into gratitude.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    Though men are apt to flatter and exalt themselves with their great achievements, yet these are, in truth, very often owing not so much to design as chance.
    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)