Examples of relevancy in a Sentence
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The general election will decide how much relevancy each major party has until 2020.
As director of the Germantown Community Library, Smith and her staff are working tirelessly to make Germantown's library a staple of the community by providing key services and resources to residents and maintain relevancy in the 21st century.
How does Facebook use commercial relevancy in figuring out how the core algorithm works?
Much like the British monarchy, the FA Cup has endured troubled times -- United did not take part in the competition in 2000, for example -- and questions over its relevancy in a modern world is a constant.
So far, relevancy hasn’t been an issue for her at IMS.
Regaining relevancy hasn’t been easy for Auburn, nationally or even back home.
The array of female speakers reads like a who's who of political and cultural relevancy: Cynthia Nixon, actress, activist, LGBT figure and New York gubernatorial candidate, spoke at Helene Fuld College of Nursing earlier this month.
Now in its sixth year, Live Arts Fest offers 10 evenings of dance starting Friday at San Diego Dance Theater’s White Box performance space at Liberty Station, with works inspired by themes of friendship, passing time, diversity and social relevancy.
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