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Sentence count:228+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-02Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: relevancySimilar words: relevantirrelevantgrievanceelevateelevatedelevatorelevationadvanceMeaning: ['relɪvəns]  n. the relation of something to the matter at hand. 
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(1) She did not understand the relevance of his remarks.
(2) The theory bears little relevance to practice.
(3) I don't see the relevance of your question.
(4) The book is of particular relevance to student nurses.
(5) What relevance does that point have to the discussion?
(6) Politicians' private lives have no relevance to their public roles.
(7) What he said has no direct relevance to the matter in hand.
(8) Skim the book in order to establish its relevance to your needs.
(9) Her ideas have lost all relevance to the modern world.
(10) I can't see the relevance of his comment to the debate.
(11) Other international news holds more relevance now.
(12) Increasing relevance to practical information retrieval.
(13) But the linguist can not determine relevance.
(14) This implies two criteria of relevance for the selection of stylistic features: a literary criterion and a linguistic criterion.
(15) A study of this kind has relevance for attempts to provide new forms of living environments for other client groups.
(16) In Western cultures(, past events have little relevance to the future.
(17) Their properly scientific work has no particular relevance to the truth or falsity of most religious claims.
(18) And the relevance of Northern Ireland to the subversion of democracy in Britain remains mystified.
(19) The arguments continue over the need and relevance of maintaining an established Church in a multi cultural society.
(20) It had little relevance to their everyday concerns and displayed contempt for the Yiddish language-their mother tongue.
(21) In its present form it would have no relevance to homosexual unions and little relevance to a union involving a transsexual.
(22) He claims that the laws are antiquated and have no contemporary relevance.
(23) Constant revision of the curriculum must be undertaken to ensure its continuing relevance.
(24) The chairman must not allow the discussion to wander into other subjects unless there is a direct relevance.
(25) Partly, this problem is sought to be resolved through the criteria used for project selection which would encourage relevance.
(26) There are many areas within the personnel function where a micro such as an Apple will be seen to have a relevance.
(27) A reasoned discussion of the theory of psychoanalysis and its possible relevance to sociological theory is a major omission in sociological literature.
(28) Applied linguistics in this sense must be practised by teachers too if it is to have any effective operational relevance at all.
(29) A definitive and concise statement on democratic transition and consolidation with contemporary relevance and applicability.
(30) Why be afraid of difficulties, sufferings and problems? When troubles come, try to understand the relevance of your sufferings. Adversity always presents opportunities for introspection. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam 
More similar words: relevantirrelevantgrievanceelevateelevatedelevatorelevationadvanceadvancedin advanceconnivancein advance ofreluctanceadvance bookingevanescenteleventelevisioneleventh hourrelentadvancingcarelessreleasereleasedpreponderance of evidencerelentlessrelegationmalevolenceunrelentinglysincerelycancer
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