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relevant

adj. having some reasonable connection with, and in regard to evidence in trial, having some value or tendency to prove a matter of fact significant to the case. Commonly an objection to testimony or physical evidence is that it is "irrelevant." (See: objection, irrelevant)

relevant

adjective ad rem spectare, admissible, allied, applicable, apposite, appropriate, appurtenant, apropos, apt, associated, cognate, compatible, concerning, conformant, conforming, congruent, congruous, connected, consentaneous, consistent, consonant, correlated, correspondent, felicitous, fit, fitting, germane, important, material, pertaining to, pertinent, proper, referring to, relative, seasonable, suitable, tied in with, to the point, to the purpose
Associated concepts: relevant evidence, relevant question
See also: akin, applicable, apposite, appropriate, congruous, correlative, felicitous, fit, fitting, germane, important, interrelated, material, pertinent, proper, related, suitable, valuable
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More relevantly, he suggested that, at a time when there is a need to ensure that every penny from Europe is supporting the Welsh economy, there should be an independent review of the management of European funding by the Welsh Audit Office.
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Merryl Tisch, a state education chancellor, and more relevantly, the wife of Lowes hotels corporation founder James Tisch, has also supported Weprin.
Headed by founder and president Mohamed al Zadjali, the association now comprises of five committees, each with a relevantly skilled head.
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It works closely with employers to identify the needs of each company and help them gain relevantly qualified and skilled employees.
More relevantly to me, the average age of a FTSE-100 chief executive is 52.
To take full advantage of that reality, the vast majority of classes will be inquiry-based, and they will be grounded in the social online tools like blogs and social bookmarks and others that more relevantly reflect their learning realities.
The new Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership being explored for today may include Solihull which also relates relevantly elsewhere.
6-litre 150bhp petrol and, perhaps more relevantly considering the similar performance levels, the 120bhp version of the same petrol engine.
He said that all relevantly required funds such as single line transfer funds was fully released in CDGK's favour while another instalment of Rs 154 million would be received in the next few days.
Relevantly, PUK Suleimaniya Office published a statement to express their view of the story.