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- he had but one contribution to make that was relevant to a claim of temporary insanity.4 — The Corner (44% in)
relevant = relating in a meaningful way to the issue in question
- Responding to questions relevant to his supposed intimacy with Mr. Clutter, the judge said, "He [Clutter] was once a litigant in this court, a case over which I presided, a damage action involving an airplane falling on his property; he was suing for damages to-I believe some fruit trees.4 — The Corner (83% in)
- This last proposition was the one Shultz pedaled hardest; it is relevant, therefore, to reproduce an opinion of it written by three Federal judges as the result of a subsequent appeal to the United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit: "We think, however, that those viewing the situation in retrospect have lost sight of the problems which confronted Attorneys Smith and Fleming when they undertook the defense of these petitioners.4 — The Corner (85% in)
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