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Due / owing to
1) Due: is used with time and means ' expected'
Ex: The match is due to start at 10.00 a.m.
2) Due to: means 'a result of'.
Ex: The accident was due to carelessness.
3) Owing to: means 'because of'.
Ex: Owing to his problems he thinks too much.
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