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germane

[¦jər¦mān]
(inorganic chemistry)
A hydride of germanium whose general formula is Gen H2 n +2.
The compound GeH4, a hydride of germanium, a colorless gas that is combustible in air and burns with a blue flame.
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The study Germane (CAS 7782-65-2) Market Research Report 2011' presents an overview of the Germane market globally and regionally by contemplating and analyzing its parameters.
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On Thursday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert O'Brien ordered Proposition R off the ballot because he said it violates the state's single- subject rule by combining issues that are not ``reasonably related, or germane to each other or to a common theme, purpose or subject.
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His touching on the increasingly popular motif of "politeness"--here he cites Lawrence Klein, John Barrell, Terry Eagleton, and Iain Pears--also seems germane to his theme.
The title of this collection is as insightful as it is interesting, the thematic motif charting the ebb and tide of transitory relationships being as pervasive and germane to the collection as the recurring descriptive physical presentations of water in individual pieces.
However, unless a position or positions is germane to a particular section, they will have no movement.