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Word: germane

Definition: pertinent; bearing upon(having connection with) the case at hand; appropriate


Sentences Containing 'germane'

Although the Treaty of Tudmir itself may not seem to have been particularly noteworthy in its own context, and despite the fact that literature which is germane specifically to the Treaty is somewhat rare, it should be considered important in retrospect due to its cultural, religious, and sociological implications.
His paintings reside in Russian museum, Tretyakov gallery, in Art museums and private collections in Russia, Ukraine, Japan, Germane, France, and other countries.
In physics, quantum acoustics is the study of sound under conditions such that quantum mechanical effects are germane.
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