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    Default Foreign substances that cause disease=Foreign substances causing disease?

    Is there any difference between "Foreign substances that cause disease" and "Foreign substances causing disease"?

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    Default Re: Foreign substances that cause disease=Foreign substances causing disease?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jungjou View Post
    Is there any difference between "Foreign substances that cause disease" and "Foreign substances causing disease"?
    Context?

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    Default Re: Foreign substances that cause disease=Foreign substances causing disease?

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Context?
    I don't know why those are different in context.
    By the way,then Is there any difference between
    "There are some kinds of foreign substances that cause disease"
    and "There are some kinds of foreign substances causing disease" in meaning?

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