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At a time when building costs exceed the value of the end building in the North East, adding such a burden might seem non-sensical.
Obviously, such a tautological explanation (read trivial) appears non-sensical: if things were different, they would be different.
I know my last statement is flippant and non-sensical, but that is in parallel with this scheme.
He's one of those self-taught people, and he's got a wonderful flair for evaluating situations and weeding out non-sensical stuff and attacking the root cause.
Meandering, convoluted, non-sensical sentences end up as a confusing heap of words.
This seems incongruous, even non-sensical, to those of us in service organizations.
In short, the gifts of sense are as non-sensical to Screwtape as the gift of salvation.
THE Scots singer is certainly tall enough for Nicole but she's unlikely to relish Darius' cringey, non-sensical musings, which could make her see red.
A blend of informal learning, essentially self-instruction, can work best when formal training and instruction forecloses non-sensical or careless options, as with school efforts to instruct students in human nature and human interdependence.
The hatred that has divided Northern Ireland's communities has, in some places, risen to such an non-sensical level that there is no room in their hearts for even a shred of sympathy.
Alone among industry associations, it has tackled the retail pharmacy issues of the day--discriminatory pricing, vertical integration, the non-sensical push among pharmacy academicians for a mandatory six-year pharmacy degree.
There has to be something longer, different and daring, non-sensical, "anti-structure," to explain the meaning of the assumed structure.
Our city council provides very little care for its citizens and its only aim in life is to spend umpteen pounds on non-sensical things, which in 20 years time will be dustbin material.
To neglect to do so is not only non-sensical, it is educationally and morally irresponsible.
(For posterity, the name has become the EPR experiment.) The paper presented an experiment that followed quantum theory precisely, yet the theory itself predicts a "non-sensical" outcome of the experiment: a "spooky" instant interaction between two originally linked particles even if they were widely separate.