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1. I like him because of his honesty.
2. I like him on account of his honesty.
3. I like him on the ground of his honesty.
4. I like him thanks to his honesty.
5. I like him owing to his honesty.
6. I like him due to his honesty.

(Are they all grammatical? Do they have the same meaning? Do you have some more common expressions similiar to 'because of'?)

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