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(in diatonic music) denoting or relating to a key that has notes in common with another key or keys
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Relatedly, AstraZeneca recently announced the extension of its free diet and lifestyle support program, Fit2Me, to include resources for patients who face challenges associated with cardiovascular risk and disease.
Relatedly, APHA asked FDA to establish a national track and trace system for tobacco products.
Relatedly, Nigeria will be able to further delay any devaluation to the naira, which has been controversially pegged at NGN197-199/USD since February 2014.
Two key retirement income planning issues that must be considered by each and every client include estimating the level of retirement savings that the client should aim to accumulate and, relatedly, how to withdraw those savings during retirement.
Relatedly, the OIC still considers the MNLF as an observer and the "sole and legitimate representative of the Bangsamoro people.
Separately, but relatedly, I gather that the North East's fifteen-year "Case for Culture" plan has been launched and rests its hopes on the continued existence of the North East Cultural Partnership.
Relatedly, Dosing Systems are the set ups used to feed the materials.
Second, and relatedly, Botwinick's dual expertise in the history of Western philosophy and in Jewish religious thought allows him to compare Levinas's insights, in equal measure, to Plato and Maimonides, Rabbi Akiva and Machiavelli, Rawls and Rashi, among many others.
Relatedly, the presence of nits (or eggs--small whitish, oval capsules that firmly adhere to the base of the hair shaft) does not definitively indicate infection.
Relatedly, while twenty-somethings may be known as "the invincibles,'' when it comes to considering the Affordable Care Act, the fact is no one is indestructible.