Example sentences for: pertains

How can you use “pertains” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The first pertains to operational performance, or the ability of a supplier to respond to lean retailing replenishment requirements.

  • She writes that much of the Starr report earmarked for the House of Representatives (on the grounds that it describes potentially impeachable offenses) has already been written, and that it pertains not only to President Clinton's actions in the Lewinsky matter but also may include material about whether Clinton was truthful in his sworn testimony for the 1996 bank fraud trial of James and Susan McDougal.

  • However, these requirements are not discussed here because this guide pertains to the protection of sensitive but unclassified data, which constitute the bulk of data supporting most federal operations.

  • Gandhi would be the perfect person to consult about civil disobedience as it pertains to taxes but, alas, it is impossible to contact him.

  • Thus the effect of a change in availability on the effect of the intervention only pertains to (1), where subjects in the "before" group undergo intervention.

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