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Unable to capitalize on the PC boom that began in the mid-eighties, it also found itself largely on the outside of the portable device revolution of the aughts and drifting toward irrelevancy.LEFT FOR DEAD, TWICE, RADIOSHACK GETS ANOTHER SHOT ONLINEVERNE KOPYTOFFNOVEMBER 26, 2020FORTUNE
The irrelevancy of this detail gives Lætitia an excuse for waiving the cab-question, on which her position is untenable.SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
The very irrelevancy of the statement, coupled with her calm serenity, was appalling to the old man.ONCE TO EVERY MANLARRY EVANS
They remind us of that neutral drab which certain religious sects assume to show their own irrelevancy to the world.THE SOUL OF THE FAR EASTPERCIVAL LOWELL
“Here,” his nurse answered, with truly feminine irrelevancy.A BOOK O' NINE TALES.ARLO BATES
Of what she did not say, but irrelevancy did not seem to matter.THE STRAND MAGAZINE, VOLUME XXVII, ISSUE 160, APRIL, 1904VARIOUS
Her clear-cut thinking sheared away accidental things, fringes of irrelevancy.CHILDREN OF THE MARKET PLACEEDGAR LEE MASTERS
She cleared her throat, and added with tart irrelevancy, "I had a letter from Angelica a few weeks ago."THE BUILDERSELLEN GLASGOW
It has none of the whimsical irrelevancy to surroundings characterizing so much of the work to follow, nor its hasty execution.CATHEDRALS OF SPAINJOHN A. (JOHN ALLYNE) GADE
In fact, irrelevancy appears to the European the chief characteristic of what he sees on the stage of a Japanese theatre.THE EMPIRE OF THE EASTH. B. MONTGOMERY

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