irrelevancy


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Synonyms for irrelevancy

Synonyms for irrelevancy

the lack of a relation of something to the matter at hand

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As they brawl about Cuba, a geopolitical irrelevancy, neither seems presidential.
And Other Observations from a Quirky Mind" is a collection of prose and essays from Connie Pursell who presents many essays on life, growing older, and with a touch of the irrelevancy in our lives.
8220;The lastgoddess blog puts irrelevancy on the map,” stated Moss Strivink, a foremost authority of irrelevancy.
He said that government never shows triviality on any project but the irrelevancy of the concerned people creates impediment in completing the project.
Whether he goes to prison or back into exile, his ultimate fate must be irrelevancy.
Runs, then, were a virtual irrelevancy in terms of the game but Mushfiqur will have taken personal pride in a push for four off Steve Finn that brought him a second half-century of the match.
This irrelevancy is illustrated in the rest of the January/ February issue, highlighting Darwin and his late-in-life humanistic/atheistic stance, which is nowhere diminished by the fact that he was raised in a Christian home and even contemplated a future as a clergyman.
My suggestion would be take a poll post-election to determine why a majority of Catholics were not persuaded to his view and to further examine whether it was because of ignorance, a certain eclectic spirit due to a misreading of Vatican II or just a basic feeling of irrelevancy about what comes down from on high.
That just shows the irrelevancy of biofuels in contributing to high food prices and supply problems.
Both groups also view the irrelevancy factor surrounding the late primary states as a bad thing.
The church continues to fuel the fires of homophobia and heterosexism and risks irrelevancy unless leaders like Sojourners can break their silence, step out of complacency, and speak out for change.
Among Segal's claims and targets: dwindling ballet audiences; a repertoire "that's decaying"; the infantilization of ballet dancers; ballets that traffic in archaic stereotypes; classics that are inauthentic for today's audiences; an art form that values "prettiness" over beauty and depth; and ballet's irrelevancy to today's world.
Not surprisingly he was denounced as a heretic and today is regarded by some as an irrelevancy in the history of science.
If that puts him in his place, it's later up to Blair to save the monarchy from irrelevancy or, worse (or better, depending on your viewpoint), obliteration.