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    by the effect of

    The young age of the Great Lakes suggests that it's formed by the effect of certain brutal power.

    Is "by the effect of" naturally used here? If not, what expression should I use here?

    Thanks!

    Jason
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 08-May-2015 at 11:44. Reason: Increasing font size.

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    Re: by the effect of

    You don't need anything there. It's formed by brutal power.

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