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For this reason it is more authentic than other kinds of literature, and more relevant.

Perhaps material for a more relevant contrast may be found nearer home.

"Vanity" has, indeed, the special meaning of idols, but the notion of earthly good apart from God is more relevant here.

Talking often goes with tobacco as it goes with beer; and what is more relevant, talking may often lead both to beer and tobacco.

In the second place, let us notice a fact which is more relevant to our immediate purpose.

Most of them, indeed, would be more relevant to a volume having for its subject the history of the Scottish Reformation.

More relevant was the fact that Guzman was a Dominican with all the strength of the massed Dominican vote at his back.

But there is also another ground for his opinion, which is more relevant to our present topic.

And the court will probably rule with him and keep the plaintiff down to more relevant facts.

Thus her next remark was more relevant to the forbidden subject than Honor was likely to guess.