What is the past tense of cause the loss of?

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The past tense of cause the loss of is caused the loss of.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of cause the loss of is causes the loss of.

The present participle of cause the loss of is causing the loss of.

The past participle of cause the loss of is caused the loss of.

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Lack of resources caused the loss of the land, and the peasant proprietor found himself a tenant farmer.
The high fatalities of trench warfare caused the loss of much of a generation of men, with lasting social effects in the nation and a great disruption in the social order.
The premium and emphasis placed upon mathematics, science, and technical training caused the loss of its prominent position in higher education studies.
None of my other perforations had caused the loss of movement.
Within months, four ships set sail due west for the Grand Banks of Newfoundland, but a violent storm and rough seas caused the loss of two ships.
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