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1. He asked me a lot of very pertinent questions .
2. The last point is particularly pertinent to today's discussion.
3. She had asked some pertinent questions.
4. The expert made some pertinent comments on the scheme.
5. Chapter One is pertinent to the post-war period.
6. Please keep your comments pertinent to the topic under discussion.
7. Mrs Southern listened keenly, occasionally breaking in with pertinent questions.
8. Glossaries in each kit define pertinent medical terms.
9. The information is not pertinent to this study.
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11. That's a very pertinent question.
12. This outline is especially pertinent for comparative purposes.
13. The interviewer will expect to answer pertinent questions.
14. It was a straight forward and most pertinent question.
15. Again, special considerations which might be pertinent during wartime should not affect the ambit of natural justice now.
16. Moreover, the pertinent value of benefit per life saved can vary from case to case.
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18. But the really pertinent question is why are we engaging in gradualistic, incremental tactics, or indeed any tactics at all?
19. Unfortunately, there's only room to quote the most pertinent, ie least facetious.
20. And therein lies a problem, a particularly pertinent one in an era of feminist sensitivity.
21. This was the most pertinent thing he said for me.
22. How much more pertinent is this observation when applied to sculpture rather than the two-dimensional illusionism of painting.
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23. This point is itself pertinent to the interpretation of what actually is meant when this imagery is introduced.
24. The issues dealt with in the report are highly pertinent to our own situation.
25. That conclusion irritated Sheehan and others who contend that scholarship itself is pertinent to public service.
26. While they adhere to some uniform practices, these are not systematically informed and shaped by pertinent experience and knowledge gained elsewhere.
27. The police department is appealing for any information that may be pertinent to this inquiry.
28. In some cases costs and benefits must be estimated indirectly or inferred because pertinent market prices do not exist.
29. Since the boundary extension however, accountability has become a much more pressing and pertinent issue.
30. When he phones you naturally listen sympathetically, offer advice and ask pertinent questions until, grateful, he rings off.
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