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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of relate.


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  • Where we ran into the problem on this anyway is that the "common use" of the term relates to if a put exercise will result in use of margin or not.

  • Of course, the term relates to an era in history that is not part of the experience of many of us, but for those who know what it means, the image is vivid.

    Spiritual McCarthyism

  • At bottom "Waltz With Bashir" -- the title relates to the battle rapture of an Israeli soldier in Beirut -- is a conventional documentary in which the filmmaker tries to elicit information from real-life countrymen who went to war with him.

    'Button' Bends Time Into Grand Fable

  • The "animal" bit of the title relates to the fact that alongside Gee's brainy side - a scholarship to Oxford, a PhD, all those books - is another which is entirely taken up with the body.

    Life and style |

  • The title relates, obliquely, to Italian composer Luigi

    The Guardian World News

  • The term relates to both the origins of an ingredient and the processes to which it might have been subjected.

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  • (Although I like the title, but, as if to underscore my point, I don't see how the title relates to the film.)

    GreenCine Daily

  • The term relates to accelerating the expansion of the Afghan army and police - for which 4,000 extra US military trainers will be deployed.

    Army Rumour Service

  • High School Musical 3: Senior Year (not yet rated): We could provide more detailed information than the title relates, but really, if you saw the first two, you almost certainly know what you need to. - Top News from The Tennessean, MUSIC CITY U.S.A

  • This title relates to the zip code of Sidney, Ohio, a town which is the subject matter of the film.

    Jackie K. Cooper: 45365/Independent Lens on PBS Offers a Scattered View of Small Town Living


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