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Relevation

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Relevation A raising or lifting up.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n relevation A raising or lifting up.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Relevation rel-e-vā′shun (obs.) a raising up.
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Quotations

  • Richard Halverson
    Richard Halverson
    “Christianity is either relevant all the time or useless anytime. It is not just a phase of life; it is life itself.”
  • Susan Sontag
    Susan%20Sontag
    “Existence is no more than the precarious attainment of relevance in an intensely mobile flux of past, present, and future.”
  • Susan Sontag
    Susan%20Sontag
    “It is not altogether wrong to say that there is no such thing as a bad photograph -- only less interesting, less relevant, less mysterious ones.”
  • Hannah Arendt
    Hannah%20Arendt
    “Wherever the relevance of speech is at stake, matters become political by definition, for speech is what makes man a political being.”

Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. relevatio, fr. relevare,. See Relieve

Usage

In literature:

Always true to his role of the average man, Pepys suffers his mind to be swayed by barely relevant accidents.
"Shakespeare and the Modern Stage" by Sir Sidney Lee
The percipient event is the relevant bodily state of the observer.
"The Concept of Nature" by Alfred North Whitehead
His confessor, startled, said: "The time is not relevant".
"Avril" by H. Belloc
He fails, he says, to see that this evidence is relevant.
"My Lady Nicotine" by J. M. Barrie
A few questions addressed to him were answered coherently and relevantly.
"Studies in Forensic Psychiatry" by Bernard Glueck
This is a proposition which we need not labour here, for no reader will dispute its importance and its relevance.
"Woman and Womanhood" by C. W. Saleeby
Secondly, the relevancy of actual experience and the actual world to these ends.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 16, No. 96, October 1865" by Various
They yielded easily to steaming, for the paste had lost much of its strength, and they contained something relevant to the pattern.
"A Thin Ghost and Others" by M. R. (Montague Rhodes) James
Such complexities and uncertainties have a powerful reality and relevance for planners.
"The Nation's River" by United States Department of the Interior
The choruses were usually jingles, with no relevance save maintenance of the rhythm.
"The Shanty Book, Part I, Sailor Shanties" by Richard Runciman Terry
These little matters, relevant and irrelevant, being thus disposed of, Ben continued his narrative as follows.
"The Penang Pirate" by John Conroy Hutcheson
I think nothing relevant is lost.
"The Life of William Ewart Gladstone, Vol. 1 (of 3)" by John Morley
His questions are relevant to the subject, his answers, to the purpose.
"Book of Wise Sayings" by W. A. Clouston
The ideas of Williams were too relevant not to arouse controversy, but too remote from the spirit of the age to win many adherents.
"Beginnings of the American People" by Carl Lotus Becker
Dead-braining him had produced no further relevant information.
"Legacy" by James H Schmitz
To every question not so relevant he replied that he did not know and did not care.
"Gryll Grange" by Thomas Love Peacock
Evidence is frequently deemed relevant and admissible, and goes to the jury for what it is worth.
"The Trial of Jesus from a Lawyer's Standpoint, Vol. I (of II)" by Walter M. Chandler
It is not practicable in this place to discuss the kinds and relevancy of evidence under Roman criminal procedure.
"The Trial of Jesus from a Lawyer's Standpoint, Vol. II (of II)" by Walter M. Chandler
And if I haf no releve, than can I nomore, but all refere to God as I do daily.
"The Paston Letters, Volume II (of 6)"
After debates, the Lords found the libel relevant to infer the pains of law.
"The History of Burke and Hare" by George Mac Gregor
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In poetry:

Of course Ranjitsinhji
Was quite right not to be stingy,
But I never could quite see the relevance
Of his keeping nine thousand elephants.
"Clerihew – Ranjitsinhji" by Edmund Clerihew Bentley

In news:

R oughly 1,000 years ago, when Sunday-morning political talk shows were relevant, I used to enjoy watching This Week with David Brinkley.
Wizards need to conjure up a potion for relevance.
The idea of operating within constraints —of making more with less—is especially relevant these days.
Mercy stages 'The Crucible, ' with themes relevant today.
Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible ' is relevant — again.
His information is timely, relevant and always contains citations, usually from leading economists and money managers.
A somewhat forgotten mantra from the early 70's, it remains a beautiful and touching document, as relevant today as it ever was.
But did LinkedIn manage to create a good list and is it relevant to you.
Democratic lawmakers struggle to be relevant.
Has relevance for us today.
"With great power …" The relevance of science fiction to the practice and progress of medicine.
Traditional information retrieval systems use query words to identify relevant documents.
The Week in Relevant Non- Revelatory Revelations.
A Conference of Rigor and Relevance that Inspires Strong Relationships.
It is shocking how relevant a novel written decades ago can seem today – sometimes even more so than on the day that it was published.
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In science:

Then Ei arises from blowing up a relevant point on a relevant Ei′ with ri′ prime to q .
Cyclic Algebras over $p$-adic curves
Next assume all the relevant Ei have ri prime to q and P ′ is a relevant intersection point.
Cyclic Algebras over $p$-adic curves
Conversely, suppose all relevant Ei have ri prime to q and there are no relevant intersection points.
Cyclic Algebras over $p$-adic curves
The first two are valid if all SUSY masses are approximately equal (note that the relevant masses are different in the two cases), and the third and fourth are valid if the stop/sbottom mixing is large and the relevant stop/sbottom and Higgs masses are of similar size.
The Muon Magnetic Moment and Supersymmetry
The case δ → 0 is relevant when the regression effects are weak, and the case p → ∞ is relevant when a large number of covariates are incorporated.
Sample size and positive false discovery rate control for multiple testing
We call the nodes on the relevant loops the relevant nodes, and we denote their number with Nrel .
Random Boolean Networks
The relevant nodes are arranged in 2 relevant components.
Random Boolean Networks
The number of relevant nodes that have two relevant inputs remains finite in the limit N → ∞. 7.
Random Boolean Networks
The number of relevant nodes must therefore be proportional to the square root it is Nrel ∼ N 1/3, of number of nonfrozen nodes, i.e. and the number of relevant components is of the order ln N 1/3, with the largest component of the order of N 2/3 nodes (including the trees).
Random Boolean Networks
Assume there are 4 relevant nodes, one of them with two relevant inputs.
Random Boolean Networks
The frozen core obviously remains a frozen core under stochastic update, and the relevant nodes remain relevant nodes.
Random Boolean Networks
The renormalization is only relevant for so-called “meta-observers” who can simultaneously compare rates between many different Hubble patches; it is relevant for what we can compute, but not necessarily for what we can observe.
One-loop corrections to the curvature perturbation from inflation
We moreover show that these relevant variables for f ′ all have high in fluence in f (the converse is not true; examples can be given which show that not every variable that has “high in fluence ” in f will in general become a relevant variable for f ′ ).
Efficiently Testing Sparse GF(2) Polynomials
We denote the set of parameters of the model M under consideration (here the CMSSM) by θ, and by ψ all other relevant parameters, the so-called nuisance parameters, which here include relevant SM quantities.
Are BR(b->s gamma) and (g-2)_muon consistent within the Constrained MSSM?
The relevance of the high-energy approximation was also emphasised by Hautmann,47 because of the expected relevance at LHC of configurations in which multiple emissions may have commensurate transverse momenta (by default not included in parton shower Monte Carlos).
Moriond 2009, QCD and High Energy Interactions: Theory Summary
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