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Synonyms for relevant

Synonyms for relevant

related to the matter at hand

Antonyms for relevant

having a bearing on or connection with the subject at issue


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Carbendazim 12%WP+Mancozeb 63% WP conforming to relevant Standards of CIB,
Living up to the standards set by Rich Lapan and other previous editors, and continuing to provide school counselors with high-quality, relevant literature that they can use to better the welfare of their students, can be a daunting responsibility.
Network backups that capture data saved on the network server (typically excluding user drives) can provide valuable information, though restoring and locating relevant data can be expensive and time-consuming
For example, each student group prepared a symposium focused on the relevance of research-based approaches to addressing problems, challenges, issues, and policies relevant to the community agency to which they were assigned.
For example, claiming that a gate agent was, rude, and charged you unnecessarily for an extra checked bag may be factual and verifiable, but discussing the inappropriate and rude behavior is not relevant if your objective is to be compensated for an inappropriate baggage charge.
Candidates should strongly consider incorporating into their training plan formal courses in relevant areas of biomedicine, behavioral science, bioimaging, or bioengineering; this program offers a unique opportunity to devote protected time to this activity.
Before you can connect all the dots, you have to make sure you collect all the relevant dots," said Mahendra Vora, Chairman and CEO of Intelliseek.
FAST closes the gap between information and action, connecting people to the relevant information they seek regardless of medium, in turn driving revenue and reducing total cost of ownership by effectively leveraging IT infrastructure for our clients and world-class partners.
The rampant proliferation of multiple copies and versions -- made possible by copy machines, as well as networked word processing, and spreadsheet and database tools -- also hampers finding relevant information.
The Board's approval is expressly conditioned on compliance by all relevant parties with the commitments made in connection with the applications.
Conversely, a policy violation should not be relevant if the appropriate legal standard of conduct is already clearly established by law.
The switch to using the relevant labor force is a disaster for the state's ethnic interest groups, such as Black Advocates in State Service, CAFE de California (which represents Hispanics), and the Mexican American Legal Defense Fund, who over time had secured a hiring structure that greatly benefited their constituency groups.
Here the problem is the overabundance of available data relevant to the particular inquiry - i.
Anyway, rather than name it after what it looks like, I decided the working title should be the acronym of its major elements: IRPTIRGRSRLFIFF, which coincidentally is a Klingon word (that's pronounced just like it's spelled) meaning "very relevant to today's business climate.
Most of what happens in marketing is not relevant, but it doesn't have to be that way, says author Tim Manners in his new book, "Relevance: Making Stuff That Matters.