irrelation


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irrelation

(ɪrɪˈleɪʃən)
n
lack or absence of relation
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The novel significantly opens with Jiggs's observation of aeroplanes in a photograph: "the trim vicious fragile aeroplanes and the pilots leaning upon them in gargantuan irrelation as if the aeroplanes were a species of esoteric and fatal animals not trained or tamed but just for the instant inert" (1).
Waist circumference and abdominal sagittal diameter as surrogates of body fat distribution in the elderly: the irrelation with cardiovascular risk factors.
Slantshimmered by the intervening plate [the boots] sat upon their wooden pedestal in unblemished and inviolate implication of horse and spur, of the posed countrylife photographs in the magazine advertisements, beside the easelwise card-board placard with which the town had bloomed overnight as it had with the purple-and-gold tissue bunting and the trodden confetti and broken serpentine--the same lettering, the same photographs of the trim vicious fragile aeroplanes and the pilots leaning upon them in gargantuan irrelation as if the aeroplanes were a species of esoteric and fatal animals not trained or tamed but just for the instant inert, above the neat brief legend of name and accomplishment or perhaps just hope.