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not relevant or pertinent to the subject; not applicable

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of no importance or relevance especially to a law case

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without material form or substance

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not consisting of matter

not pertinent to the matter under consideration

(often followed by 'to') lacking importance

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However, for the long-term, our updated forecasts vary immaterially from our previous model, as we basically leave our long-term assumptions over the company's prospects unchanged.
For it is quite true that the mode of understanding, in one who understands (in intelligendo), is not the same as the mode of a thing existing (in existendo): since the thing understood is immaterially in the one who understands, according to the mode of the intellect, and not materially, according to the mode of a material thing.
Sooner or later this rendered the cost of exiting formal employment prohibitive, both materially and immaterially.
Revenue from sales of foil decreased immaterially from US$271 million in 2008 to US$243 million in 2009, which accounted for 2% and3% of UC RUSAL's revenue for 2008 and 2009, respectively.
To paraphrase the exhibition essay, Raad's current project studies notions of "modern" and "contemporary" in Arab art, asking how the work of artists, writers and thinkers can effect the way people can address how and if decades of violence have affected citizens, cities, culture and tradition, materially and immaterially.
The beloved is ideal: she is "Beatrice," the eternal fiancee, "a chosen Lady, immaterially pure.
Further, shortly after the time of Hamilton's positive test, the Lausanne lab received ISO accreditation to perform the blood transfusion testing procedure using a protocol that had only changed minimally and immaterially from the protocol used at the time of the Hamilton test.
The materially useful object thus becomes the immaterially precious subject.
The mind then mystically, immaterially, reconstitutes the ghostly rat (the text's "literal" meaning--but where did all the letters go?
The work of the VCC highlights that kastom can be manipulated as a form of cultural authenticity working materially through both artefacts and their documentation, and immaterially through their connection to local practices.
They do not change real world behavior, because such risks are both immaterially remote and utterly foreseeable.
As he says in his Chapters on Prayer, "When you pray, do not shape an image of the divine in yourself; do not allow any form to be imprinted on your mind; approach the Immaterial immaterially and then you will understand.