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Synonyms for irrelevant

not relevant or pertinent to the subject; not applicable

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having no bearing on or connection with the subject at issue

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It was originally thought that the degree of disruption depended on the phonological similarity between the targets and the irrelevant items (Salame & Baddeley, 1982), but the original finding has proved difficult to replicate (e.
The work most closely related to irrelevant sound may be the substantial body of evidence relating the effects of white noise to the efficiency of performance, for which there have been several comprehensive reviews in the last 40 years or so (e.
Rather, these comments support the conservative interpretation I discussed earlier, that Paul never meant to reorder society at large; he simply meant that "in Christ," in the Church community, these distinctions are irrelevant.
No one on the right-to-life side thinks of a pregnant woman as a mechanical incubator; no one regards her as invisible and irrelevant.
At her confirmation hearings current INS Commissioner Doris Meissner indicated that she was deeply disturbed by the chaotic and irrelevant nature of the naturalization process, and she is clearly committed to reforming it.
The policy or procedural violations attributed to the officer by the plaintiff in this instance were viewed by the court as irrelevant in light of the narrow scope of the inquiry in excessive force claims under the federal Constitution.
Science and technology can change biology (consider plastic surgery); it can also make it irrelevant (consider bottled infant formula and backhoes).
And in its current session, the Court - in ruling for white firefighters claiming reverse discrimination as a result of a municipal hiring and promotion plan aimed lit approaching parity in black representation - treated as irrelevant even the particularly sordid white-supremacist history of Birmingham, Alabama.
By taking a very easy case for capitalization (the conversion of the boiler room) and clothing it with largely irrelevant environmental remediation facts, the IRS has produced a ruling in which the conclusion is probably right--the costs of the conversion should be capitalized.
In this research, 10th-graders were given 36 algebraic word problems and asked to determine whether or not they contained sufficient information to solve them, insufficient information, or irrelevant information (along with sufficient information).
As for irrelevant diversified listed companies, they take advantages of their own region and strengthened management level, thus they realize a stable growth.
Abdul Rehman said that they recorded about 66,933 irrelevant and fake calls wherein the callers neither introduced themselves to the staff nor sought any help.
It was irrelevant to us last season and it is the same this time around.
The opposition feels neglected hence acts accordingly, since the majority calls it irrelevant and unimportant.
Summary: Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh) [India] January 14 (ANI): A day after Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is raising irrelevant issues in the poll-bound state, his Uttar Pradesh counterpart, Yogi Adityanath, highlighted that the law and order situation there was at its worst.