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    #1

    Related

    "Any important information related to the lectures and seminars will be published and archived on this page."

    Shouldn't "related" be "relating"?

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    Re: Related

    They really mean the same. 'Related' suggests there is a definite connection and 'relating to' suggests referring to and is not so direct.

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