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not worthy of notice

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Niyogi, a technology consultant, defines undistinguished entrepreneurs as those who can't assess their goals, think only in the short term, have limited knowledge of new technologies and new lines of business, and make decisions based on impulse and emotion.
Talking to media men here outside the parliament house on Wednesday, he said that undistinguished action against extortionists should be taken.
Phil Taylor, who started the tournament a 4-6 chance, is now even-money with Stan James and Coral following an undistinguished effort against Gary Mawson.
Many years ago I was a highly undistinguished NRA bullseye pistol shooter.
To "Hoon" now means to have an undistinguished political career, become a standing joke as Defence Minister, and then get caught with your nose in the trough on the way out.
Some images, including the eternal and undistinguished beach scenes, make you wonder why Gusov bothered with them.
The Listed mile event did produce the 2000 Guineas runner-up Rebel Rebel three years ago but has a largely undistinguished roll of honour and just two of the starters held entries at Newmarket next month.
As suits go, he may not be as undistinguished as those in which our Royal Naval heroes came home from captivity in Iran.
It's been 137 years of mostly undistinguished football, which was just fine with most of us, but here they are now, crashing into the national scene and poised to make all the Rose Bowl people very nervous.
Until then, his presidency had been undistinguished and his poll numbers low.
It also required pragmatism in dealing with a somewhat undistinguished existing structure, which, in order to secure EC funding, had to be integrated within the new work.
Air Atlanta Europe had the undistinguished achievement of topping the Air User Council's table for poor punctuality during summer 2005.
EXTRAORDINARY slapstick stuff as "dashing" Doc Oliver Cousins - the latest in a long and undistinguished line of Albert Square GPs - spectacularly upheld the dignity of the medical profession.
A mediocre musical talent who parlays his larger-than-life confidence in his ability and his unerring grasp of any audience into a phenomenal career, Selwyn Bott, the product of an undistinguished Birmingham family, becomes the consummate entertainer, "Mr.
On the down side, documentation is scant and the quality of the photos undistinguished.