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And that Charles's sister's tale-bearing tongue should be relevant to the building of a Yukon fire, was apparent only to Mercedes, who disburdened herself of copious opinions upon that topic, and incidentally upon a few other traits unpleasantly peculiar to her husband's family.
I am glad of all details," remarked my friend, "whether they seem to you to be relevant or not.
When I am 57 I still want to be relevant in popular culture and the way to be relevant within popular culture in the future is writing code," the Daily Express quoted him as telling the Daily Mirror.
Finally, products and publications must be relevant and user-friendly for Southern Baptists in the twenty-first century.
And while Resolution 687 imposed new obligations on Iraq in regard to arms reduction and other matters, its adoption of a provision for a cease-fire that would go into effect once Iraq communicated its acceptance of the terms would seem to supersede Resolution 678, thus making it necessary for further action by the Security Council - as in the form of determining that Resolution 687, with its provision for cease-fire, is suspended in response to a material breach by Iraq before that resolution would be relevant to new enforcement measures under Chapter 7.
Another factor, which would be relevant under any system but arises most acutely where something akin to a banking function is proposed, is the inappropriateness of casting the Government as either a lender of last resort or a deposit-taker.
It is intended only to contain general information regarding the company and its business and does not purport to provide complete disclosure or analysis of all matters, which may be relevant to a decision to make an investment, including all risk factors or similar considerations.