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Is it right to say - Because of availability of someone meeting is cancelled or should we say Because of unavailability of someone meeting is cancelled.

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Both of your versions are clear enough, but it would be more fluent to say:

The meeting is canceled because X is unavailable.

if you want to stress the cancellation, or:

Because X is unavailable, the meeting is canceled.

if you want to stress X's attendance.

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