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More pertinently, the MOBO - Music of Black Origin - awards have never come to Birmingham.
More pertinently, though, it's a timely reminder that skills development isn't necessarily reserved for young people who are new to their careers.
Pertinently, Karunanidhi's daughter, DMK MP Kanimozhi, is facing trial along with former telecom minister A.
Hazard grabbed the all-important goal to avoid extra time and, more pertinently, the potential of an embarrassing Europa League exit on home turf.
More pertinently, what proportion of the developer's profits does this large sum actually represent?
That inner contentment comes across in everything Hughes does now, and pertinently for all us punters out there, in his riding.
It is pertinently plain that the definition [of conspiracy given by the judge was accurate and his direction as to its application was entirely appropriate," he told the court.
Secondly, the author, like so many modern writers, seems uneasy when discussing the Christian religion and, more pertinently, the Catholic Church.
More pertinently, in 11 governor's races that fall into the three-to-six points range, the leading candidate has won 9 times.
Perhaps most pertinently, I have watched Larry King Live for much of the last 25 years, and dreamed of one day filling the legendary suspenders of the man I consider to be the greatest TV interviewer of them all.
Among other things, Twenty20, and, more pertinently, the Indian Premier League, is forcing us to change our perceived perceptions faster than like never before.
Through his encounters with objects, places and people, we learn who Colin was and more pertinently, what he has now become.