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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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This rule has been replaced with an interest barrier rule under which "interest expense incurred by the German parent in Germany is fully deductible only if the German parent on a standalone basis is no more than immaterially more highly leveraged than are its non-German operations.
It aims to allow structures to obtain, immaterially, data on the civil status of citizens.
Removing 39 non-adopters from the analysis who said they did not adopt because of physical limitations changes the results immaterially.
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.
What meanings are immaterially woven into the craft commodity?
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.
Meanwhile, a spokesperson at BBVA stated that the bank's business would be immaterially affected by the legislation amendments.
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.
The middle class everywhere appears always to be defined by what it accumulates, both materially and immaterially.
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.