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Correct spelling: pertinency

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Common misspellings:

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Examples of usage:

  1. This applies with equal pertinency to what I might call the consolidated church; good roads make it possible for a larger proportion of country residents to enjoy the superior advantages of the splendid city churches; in fact good roads have in certain instances been held guilty of destroying the little country church.  The Future of Road-making in America by Archer Butler Hulbert
  2. In our discourse, all subjects are alike to me; let there be neither weight, nor depth, 'tis all one: there is yet grace and pertinency; all there is tinted with a mature and constant judgment, and mixt with goodness, freedom, gaiety, and friendship.  The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Vol. VII (of X)--Continental Europe I by Various
  3. The colonists, therefore, claimed that taxes could be voted only by their own assemblies, while the British government replied, with some pertinency, that Parliament, although elected by a very small minority of the population, was considered to be generally representative of all British subjects.  A Political and Social History of Modern Europe V.1. by Carlton J. H. Hayes
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