Examples of relevancy in a Sentence
this new information has no relevancy to the case
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Not only had the show’s fourth season been its best, the one that finally saw the series break through at the Emmys, but the news cycle had done the hard job of giving an ’80s period piece modern relevancy.
In addition to the relevancy issue, Ledet wrote that Thomassie's guilty verdict was obtained by a nonunanimous vote of 10-2, and that some statements were inconsistent.
For many malls to regain relevancy, their owners are looking for ways to create a destination for people that might include retail, entertainment, food and even residential components, the story says.
The star freshman is a big reason why Oklahoma is back to national relevancy already despite being fresh off an 11–20 season.
For Littlefield, one of the chief architects of NBC’s iconic 90s run of must-see TV, Hulu has managed to meld a love for nostalgia TV with a quest for relevancy.
To Herman’s credit, his team played Oklahoma close in October, but this season has not been up to par for the school from Austin, Texas, and the Horns are nowhere close to national relevancy.
But, the defense scored a touchdown and made the game-saving fourth-down stop, putting the Bengals at 3-4 and once again on the verge of playoff relevancy.
Other than flashes of relevancy in Week 3, Hoyer has been inaccurate.
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