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  • noun Plural form of relevance.

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Examples

  • The values that accommodate a work like Lead the Wants are values reflective of a shared willingness to participate in a fiction of significance and readability, with the subtending goal of securing a position of relevance for poetry in a world where the old relevances are in one way or another compromised.

    K. Silem Mohammad Reads Elizabeth Bachinsky

  • The values that accommodate a work like Lead the Wants are values reflective of a shared willingness to participate in a fiction of significance and readability, with the subtending goal of securing a position of relevance for poetry in a world where the old relevances are in one way or another compromised.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • I'd like to thank all of you for your continued interest in my every single word and written thought for that is why I write on The Black Fist Blog and comment on other blogs of relevances such as The Cincinnati Black Blog.

    Ceasefire Cincinnati: All Show

  • Battlestar Galactica left many questions unanswered enhances the opportunities for finding individual and multiple relevances.

    The Last Debate

  • Battlestar Galactica left many questions unanswered enhances the opportunities for finding individual and multiple relevances.

    The Last Debate

  • Increasing a sites range of relevances can be a good method of increasing possible sources of links.

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