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used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

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relating in a meaningful way to the issue in question
  • It's an old rule of logic that the competence of a speaker has no relevance to the truth of what he says,
    Part 3 (31% in)
relevance = meaningful relation
  • Nothing bad, but not really relevant to the Chautauqua.
    Part 2 (47% in)
  • This isn't because what Jesus or Moses said was untrue or because modern society is in error but simply because the route they chose to reveal to others has lost relevance and comprehensibility.
    Part 3 (1% in)
  • What's important is the relevance of such a discovery to all the valleys of this world, and all the dull, dreary jobs and monotonous years that await all of us in them.
    Part 3 (48% in)
  • Parenthetic elements were unexplainably inserted inside other parenthetic elements, equally unexplainably inserted into sentences whose relevance to the preceding sentences in the reader's mind was dead and buried and decayed long before the arrival of the period.
    Part 4 (12% in)

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