inconsequential


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lacking worth or importance

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not following logically as a consequence

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In my opinion, Mr Swain was entirely correct to ignore this inconsequential fact.
Consequently, TEI recommends that Example 2 be deleted or, alternatively, modified to provide that an error in the "payee address" on an information return will be deemed inconsequential where the payee's name and TIN are correctly reported.
Jim Battin of Riverside County vying for such an inconsequential job?
The identity of the person behind the mask is inconsequential.
If she's sensible, Coleen will recognise that at 17 young lads get drunk and go upstairs for inconsequential sex with unsuitable women.
Commenting on the king-making power of the Bilderberg set, Gary Allen noted in an April 1975 article in American Opinion (a forerunner of THE NEW AMERICAN): "Perhaps the best way to illustrate what we are dealing with here is to note the names of a handful of then rather inconsequential guests who were invited to attend the 1966 meeting.
With a complete biographical overview, Garfield reveals how one seemingly inconsequential finding transformed one man's life and the field of chemistry forever.
Three were twice-used pieces by the motley crew of Robert Wilson, Maurice Bejart, and Twyla Tharp, while the new duet by Lucinda Childs seemed as inconsequential as the more familiar one.
Of Hauenstein's sixteen thousand inhabitants, roughly two-thirds were serfs of the abbey, and although they rendered virtually inconsequential fees and services, they found their servile condition repugnant, an intolerable abomination.
Led by Chute Master, who developed and patented the equipment, the cost of cleaning has been reduced to an inconsequential percentage of the overall yearly budget.
In performing a SSARS review, the accountant should establish an understanding with the client that the accountant will inform the appropriate level of management of any material errors that come to his or her attention and any irregularities or illegal acts, unless they are clearly inconsequential.
Over a period of roughly 10 years, beginning in 1975, an inconsequential South Bronx machine shop, Welbilt Electronic Die Corporation, later renamed Wedtech, managed to gather and utterly dissipate approximately $150 million of public money and private capital.
Recommendations for preventative maintenance are prioritized by safety conditions, production risks and inconsequential findings.
David Dreier, R-Glendora, would ban lawmakers from accepting all corporate-sponsored trips, prohibit all but inconsequential gifts such as baseball caps and T-shirts, and force lawmakers convicted of felonies to forfeit their congressional pensions.
Visually, the work as a whole is a concatenation of inconsequential and mostly unpeopled incidents with a very British, or Irish, emphasis on the vagaries of the weather: a lone tree rustling in the wind, rain bouncing off a sidewalk, reflections in a rippling expanse of water, a close-up of a light pulsing on and off, a scattering of distant lights blinking across a bay at night.