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Hosts can enter takeout orders in the app, along with pertinent information such as whether the order was submitted online or over the phone, and the type of car to facilitate curbside pickup.
She also suggested the revelations aren’t pertinent because they came before she ran for Congress.
As children, I think things can be around you, but you really just retain the information that feels pertinent or important to you.
They usually also display a pertinent image alongside or above the text.
The histories of slavery and racism in the United States have never been more pertinent.
Barrington's perceptions seemed to grow clearer, and he asked a few pertinent questions before he nodded approbation.
WINSTON OF THE PRAIRIEHAROLD BINDLOSS
I gave my mother the lower berth, and then the question became pertinent how was I to scramble into the upper one.
WAYS OF WAR AND PEACEDELIA AUSTRIAN
But the case of Terrett v. Taylor, before cited, is of all others most pertinent to the present argument.
I wave, as not pertinent in this place, all that could be said in qualification of the alleged excellence of paternal government.
Such extravagance of expression and relaxation of official tone has no pertinent cause, and is at least noteworthy.
THE LIFE OF NELSON, VOL. I (OF 2)A. T. (ALFRED THAYER) MAHAN

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