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(Grammar) grammar denoting or belonging to a class of words that function as subordinating conjunctions in introducing relative clauses.
In English, relative pronouns and determiners include who, which, and that. of or designating a word that introduces a subordinate clause and refers to an expressed or implied element of the principal clause: the relative pronoun who in “That was the woman who called”; the relative adverb where Quotations"Every man sees in his relatives, and especially in his cousins, a series of grotesque caricatures of himself" [H. Mencken Prejudices]"When you are courting a nice girl an hour seems like a second.
Relativism in philosophy first recorded 1865 (relativist is from 1863).
of referre "to refer." Meaning "person in the same family" first recorded 1657; the adj. Relatively "in relation to something else" is recorded from 1561.
Cliffs and road cuts are "side views" or "geologic cross-sections" of the topography which show the relative positions of various rock layers and structures at a given spot. The hall-mark of all Christians is a relative purity, not of actions, but of soul. I can hear no more until you assume a tone better suited to our relative positions.An example of this type of aging includes rocks in Canada that scientists identified as being hundreds of million years old.Absolute age is more straight-forward and does not require any other objects for comparison.
Of course, Kelvin formed his estimates of the age of the Sun without the knowledge of fusion as the true energy source of the Sun.