Definition of Relevances

1. Noun. (plural of relevance) ¹



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Definition of Relevances

1. relevance [n] - See also: relevance

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Relevances

relentment
relentments
relents
relessee
relessees
relessor
relessors
relet
relets
reletter
relettered
relettering
reletters
reletting
relevance
relevances (current term)
relevancies
relevancy
relevant
relevantly
relevate
relevation
releve
relevel
releveled
releveling
relevels
relevent
releves
relevé

Literary usage of Relevances

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1. The Feudal Régime by Charles Seignobos (1902)
"... or at least exact, with the original sum, a supplementary fine. In some countries relevances also existed upon the house or the chimney ..."

2. The Seigniorial System in Canada: A Study in French Colonial Policy by William Bennett Munro (1907)
"It has been pointed out that the nature and extent of the various rentals (relevances) and other seigniorial obligations were fixed in different parts of ..."

3. Education for the Needs of Life; a Textbook in the Principles of Education by Irving Elgar Miller (1917)
"With the child the sequence of ideas is determined by felt relationships or felt relevances rather than by processes of intellectual judgment. ..."

4. Education for the Needs of Life: A Textbook in the Principles of Education by Irving Edgar Miller (1922)
"With the child the sequence of ideas is determined by felt relationships or felt relevances rather than by processes of intellectual judgment. ..."

5. Domesday Studies: An Analysis and Digest of the Somerset Survey (according by Robert William Eyton (1880)
"... ami that the estate so granted was Ashwick, a whole throng of further relevances surround us. This charter is dated AD 1061. Indiction xiv., Epact vi., ..."

6. Philosophy, Humanity and Ecology: Vol. 1: Philosophy of Nature edited by J. Odera Oruka (1996)
"... on the one hand, and from the realm of bios, on the other, as well as constructive relevances from the laws and rules of the cosmos, then this vision of ..."

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