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relevance by virtue of being applicable to the matter at hand

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Functioning criteria according to which pertinence and reliability are judged.
Through the framework agreement, any subsidiary of the EADS group benefits from attractive rates to acquire a Pertinence Suite server and deploy a large number of concurrent users.
We would also like to extend our thanks to Sheikh Salem Abdulaziz Al-Sabah, the Governor of The Central Bank of Kuwait and his team for their under standing and pertinence, to Eid Al Zafiri, The Central Bank Monitor for his kind support and effort.
With pertinence she was able to survive the bad times.
Pertinence de la pratique d'activites physiques en nephrologie.
Il ne s'agit pas de discuter la pertinence des sciences sociales, celle-ci etant indeniable, mais de proposer de nouvelles demarches et de renouveler les methodes d'approche.
The HR and Development Award is of particular pertinence to Solutions Recruitment as we associate our continued success and commitment with that of inspiration and innovation.
Amy Sullivan's article manages to scrape together all of the available examples of Democratic non-malfeasance to paint a portrait of impending pertinence.
As a highly informative and in-depth study, knowledgeably researched and ably written, Essentials Of Clinical Hypnosis is among the primary collections in pertinence to hypnosis and the discoveries associated with it.
For its ideals and pertinence within the context of these modern times in America, The Song Of Father-Son is strongly recommended reading for all fathers wanting to raise their sons up to manhood with, one day, sons of their own.
Individuals more readily can transfer the knowledge, cognitive skills, and abilities acquired from professional education to job performance because of their pertinence, providing a more direct and positive impact on the organization.
Archetypes For Spiritual Direction acts as the ultimate guide to discovering the proper spiritual path and mentality in heroic pertinence for every reader as it states both the perspective of how to maintain reality within the acceptance of a heroic and anti-heroic archetypes and how they help or block spiritual growth.
II analyse les debats menes au sein des mouvements internationaux de femmes quant a la pertinence de revendiquer la tenue d'une Cinquieme Conference mondiale sur les femmes en 2005.
Jim Wallis' reflections on Dietrich Bonhoeffer ("When I First Met Bonhoeffer"), the article on vitality in mainline churches ("Vital Signs," by Diana Butler Bass), the story of Nelson Good ("'Everything He Touched Turned to Community,'" by Dan Charles), the look at conflict in Matthew ("The Gospel of Conflict," by William Loader), and particularly "Speaking of Maybe" (by Andrew Hoeksema) all struck me with their richness and pertinence.
La pertinence du Protocole sur les Droits de la Femme Africaine en 2006 (Est-ce que le Protocole complete les principes de l'Islam?