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1, The fact is not germane to this issue.
2, He asks questions that are germane and central to the issue.
3, Her remarks could not have been more germane to the discussion.
4, Such questions are germane to the Kakwa territory.
5, He wanted to find anyone with information germane to the case.
6, These are entirely germane to snapshot photographs of the time, or for that matter any time.
7, Because altruistic love was germane to both, he could argue for a perfect union.
8, These questions are especially germane in comparative research, where the analyst attempts to specify how the structure-function patterns vary between states.
9, Another statistic that is even more interesting and germane to the discussion of electronic commerce is the economic factor.
10, It seems germane, although not particularly gracious, to ask why Huckelberry didn't try to preserve the entire ranch.
11, Such a search is not germane to therapy.
12, Work by other engineers was obviously germane to the investigation of geomorphological processes but was not fully appreciated until the 1960s.
13, The Articles which are germane to the subject being discussed here are Articles 10 and 11.
14, Martin Buber, a famous Germane Philosopher in modern times,(sentencedict.com) re explored and re elucidated oriental cultures with his unique way of "dialogue philosophy".
15, He asks questions that are Germane and central to the issue.
16, Jesus'replied that such external issues are not germane to worshiping God.
17, Republicans bridle at both limited and germane amendments, calling instead for an "open process,[http://sentencedict.com/germane.html] " whatever that means.
18, Fenton was a good listener, and his questions were germane.
19, They also want to require that those amendments be germane to the underlying farm bill.
20, Above all, introduce two simply with wear a shoe germane sufficient disease.
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