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relative

(Comparative), adjective analogous, commensurate, comparare, compared, contrastive, correlative, correspondent, corresponding, proportional, proportionate
Associated concepts: dependent relative revocation, relative fault

relative

(Relevant), adjective affinitive, allied, apposite, appositional, appropriate, appurtenant, apropos, apt, associated, bearing on, cognate, collateral, compatible, concerning, connected, connective, correlated, fit, fitting, germane, interconnected, kindred, material, pertinent, referring, related, relating, relational, suitable

relative

noun blood relation, clansman, cognate, cognatus, connection, family, kin, kindred, kinsman, kith, member of the family, propinquus, relation, sib
See also: apposite, cognate, commensurable, commensurate, comparative, consanguineous, correlative, germane, kinship, proportionate, related, relation, relevant

RELATIVE. One connected with another by blood or affinity; a relation, a kinsman or kinswoman. In an adjective sense, having relation or connexion with some other person or thing; as relative rights, relative powers.

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HB 435: relative to certain terminology in the rulemaking authority of the department of education.
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bull Social and cultural impact if the qualifying relative had to relocate overseas to be with the applicant bull Economic impact on the qualifying relative if the hardship waiver is not granted bull Health conditions and medical care of the qualifying relative bull Country conditions, and State Department travel warnings for the country where the qualifying relative would have to relocate.
With this in mind, they now want to trace the relatives of the 100-plus boys, so that they can join in the service.
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Since Engel-type real exchange rate variance decomposition exercises may underestimate the importance of the relative price of non-traded goods, in this paper I use a different approach.
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Acquisition of relative clauses in early and late language development has been the subject of intense research.
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