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PERTINENT, evidence. Those facts which tend to prove the allegations of the party offering them, are called pertinent; those which have no such tendency are called impertinent, 8 Toull. n. 22. By pertinent is also meant that which belongs. Willes, 319.

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The seven-year-old has twice in Cumbria shown up exceedingly well over fences - most pertinently when he stole the show on heavy ground to defeat the above-average Hockenheim by nine lengths.
Greening and civilising a large building devoted to the dour functions of administrating and archiving statistics could be viewed as a significant challenge.Yet Cucinella brings rigour and romance to the state-sponsored programme.The rigour extends to the building's external aspect (a monolithic, low-rise block), and more pertinently, to its exacting sustainable credentials (estimates suggest it will reduce carbon emissions by two thirds compared with a conventional office).
On her 20th anniversary with the ballet, dance critic Clive Barnes wrote: "She has survived and survived, and, more pertinently, she has gotten better and better.
In order to introduce students of literature to what she believes are the most pertinently literary theoretical aspects of Kristeva's work, Becker-Leckrone (English, U.
Birmingham have taken just four points from their first four outings and, more pertinently, have failed to take anything on home soil.
But more pertinently it stands for: IP Multimedia System.
More pertinently, the 9/11 attacks underlined how the success of this ambition in the Middle East is intimately tied to U.S.
Perhaps most pertinently, each contributor sets out their view of the major changes required in our current approaches, and charts a path forward in their particular area of expertise.
More pertinently, is all the talk to date a load of Tosh?
Or, more pertinently, what is this thing called jazz dance?
More pertinently, they free the filmmaker from a reliance on film labs and services that are rapidly disappearing in the wake of digital technology.
John Cunnally pertinently pays tribute to the scholar who familiarized us with this corpus of disparate texts, Jean Seznec, in his article on W.