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small in degree, especially of probability

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so small as to be meaningless

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not worth considering

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Entrance is negligable, but you can then get a very agreeable lunch for the price of admission in UK.
When completed the 170,000 sq ft building, which is being erected near Coventry, will accommodate 1,700 people but will only have a negligable impact on the enviroment.
Results using the cytochrome b gene showed negligable temporal genetic change within round goby population sites and some spatial divergences among different locations (FST= 0.
En las dos primeras es extremamente relativo, para no decir quantite negligable.
As for myself, I carry a "service pistol" that should have been noted in the article due to its negligable weight.
And he questioned whether the waste they produced was as negligable as Sir Bernard suggested.
9) Given a sufficiently distant perception of T the present value of this audit for the insurer is negligable, and indeed it is not calculable with any degree of certainty.
Retailers point out that if the price difference between power brushes and manual brushes becomes negligable, the fact that power brushes require more space will become a serious factor.
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Clinton dropped his energy tax proposal as soon as it came under fire from the oil and gas industry; and Clinton's EPA chief Carol Browner re-evaluated the Delaney amendment to the Food and Drug Act that "stipulated a zero tolerance for all c arcinogenic residues in food products," a move which was "an early signal that the Clinton administration would follow the Bush doctrine of negligable risk.