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pertinent

Relevant; clinically meaningful.

pertinent negative

An element of the patient's history that aids diagnosis because the patient denies that it is present.

pertinent positive

An element of a patient's history that aids diagnosis because the patient affirms that it is present.
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More pertinently, though, it's a timely reminder that skills development isn't necessarily reserved for young people who are new to their careers.
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Hazard grabbed the all-important goal to avoid extra time and, more pertinently, the potential of an embarrassing Europa League exit on home turf.
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"The Troika very pertinently raised the issues of structural reforms and measures to open the market" to competition, said the minister on the radio, on 31 August.
Secondly, the author, like so many modern writers, seems uneasy when discussing the Christian religion and, more pertinently, the Catholic Church.
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Through his encounters with objects, places and people, we learn who Colin was and more pertinently, what he has now become.
And, more pertinently, he has lost just one match in the last five years at the US Open and Wimbledon.