/rɪˈleɪ ʃə nl/
of or pertaining to
indicating or specifying some
serving to indicate
between various elements in a sentence, as prepositions, conjunctions, etc.
indicating or expressing syntactic relation, as for example the case endings in Latin
having relation or being related
based on data stored in a tabular form:
a relational database
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Some didn't have the relational skills necessary for this challenging task or the stomach for it.
Please do not compound the problem of these two relational existence to let the remains of complexity and confusion be checked.
Or that they lack the relational or negotiating skills to get the kind of relationship and balance that they prefer.
One also forgets the importance of relational communication and task communication, and that a balance must exist between the two.
To make systems biology really useful to biology, it has to transcend beyond the current static simple relational approach.
In this case, there will be a pressure to evolve larger brains to cope with the larger relational network.
Some psychiatrists want to start treating relational disorders.
There are a number of relational operations in addition to join.