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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)

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Include all of the relevant information that the airline would need to understand your problem
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Where a tribute was in order, you only found it in yourselves to call her "relevant." Shame on you.
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