The bakers, however, saw no reason to help the teamsters out at their own expense.
“There is no reason to believe that after the first wave, all was safe,” Chaffetz told The Daily Beast.
He said his reason was sharks but really it was because MCD was a sinker.
Part of the reason is that so few executions take place in a given year.
"There's millions of people watching every day, and there's a reason why, because people can relate to them," she said.
But for some reason this town, also, died and left the ruins alone.
Pen, I wonder if he would have thought your reason the right one?
I have a wish to have wit and to reason about things with decent people.
Of man, what see we but his station here, From which to reason, or to which refer?
But I will never admit that this is the reason for the state of our divorce laws.
c.1200, "intellectual faculty that adopts actions to ends," also "statement in an argument, statement of explanation or justification," from Anglo-French resoun, Old French raison "course; matter; subject; language, speech; thought, opinion," from Latin rationem (nominative ratio) "reckoning, understanding, motive, cause," from ratus, past participle of reri "to reckon, think," from PIE root *re(i)- "to reason, count" (cf. Old English rædan "to advise; see read (v.)).
Meaning "sanity; degree of intelligence that distinguishes men from brutes" is recorded from late 13c. Sense of "grounds for action, motive, cause of an event" is from c.1300. Middle English sense of "meaning, signification" (early 14c.) is in the phrase rhyme or reason. Phrase it stands to reason is from 1630s. Age of Reason "the Enlightenment" is first recorded 1794, as the title of Tom Paine's book.
early 14c., resunmen, "to question (someone)," also "to challenge," from Old French raisoner "speak, discuss; argue; address; speak to," from Late Latin rationare "to discourse," from ratio (see reason (n.)). Intransitive sense of "to think in a logical manner" is from 1590s; transitive sense of "employ reasoning (with someone)" is from 1847. Related: Reasoned; reasoning.