Recent Examples of irrelevancy from the Web
There are myriad reasons that a team went from five consecutive division titles to six straight seasons of irrelevancy.
Don’t trust the media to tell us; they are exhausted to the point of irrelevancy after spending over a year chasing the Holy Grail of Trump-Russian collusion.
But defense has been at the root of their rise from irrelevancy to perennial contention in the past half-decade.
In California, Democrats have pushed the Republican Party to near-irrelevancy, and pushed through a progressive agenda of social spending paid for by higher taxes.
Usually what happens is what is happening so far to Trump: Marginalization leading to eventual irrelevancy.
Members of the opposition Labour Party are wondering if their leader, Jeremy Corbyn, will save them or plunge the party into irrelevancy.
Eh, smells like Al Gore/Current TV latte liberal posing meets MTV Vote-or-Die irrelevancy.
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