from The Century Dictionary.
- In a relevant manner; with relevancy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a relevant manner.
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- adverb In a
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- adverb with relevance
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When the teacher gives that kind of attention, the students are more apt to respond relevantly, which is their attention to the teacher.
Perhaps more relevantly, I can participate in much more sophisticated and interesting conversations than I could have without college.
More relevantly, how have Medicaid and Medicare turned out?
And perhaps most relevantly of all for the specific point Matt is making, there is a small Wyden voucher-option provision in the Senate bill – very limited in scope right now, but easily expandable.
Some people base their lives and identities around Scientology in a way that is not relevantly different from the way some other people do that with (some version of) Christianity.
More relevantly, there is the objection that an inquiry into the Bush Administration actions will split the country and cause unrest.
Follow these people, monitor their output and respond relevantly to some of their comments.
And that was helped immensely by (a) the fact that the economy still s*cked, (b) the elites in DC and in the MSM hated Clinton (he raised their taxes), and (c) most relevantly today, a Southern Strategy based on getting Angry White Men was still doable.
So, Michael G (or Tom Rasmussen or anybody else who questions the relevance of Stone Way), what is it that makes Nickerson and Stone Way relevantly dissimilar?
Perhaps more relevantly to the England football team under Fabio Capello, the great 18th‑century philosopher also said: "There is a limit to a tyrant's power."