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a totally insignificant person

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We have enough nonentities at Westminster - we do not need any more.
"Nobody on The Voice in England has had a hit record - they're nonentities.
It sickens me thatGovernment can alter the counties by taking our beloved county names off us and then give us unwanted and unpopular names in their places that are nonentities.
Tears of laughter after he smears dessert all over rival nonentities Jenny Powell and long-forgotten Anthea "give us a twirl" Redfern.
There is laughter on the menu in the second half of The Nonentities' current season, with April in Paris, Ladies Down Under and Arsenic and Old Lace all due for an airing between April and June at Kidderminster's Rose Theatre.
Full of nonentities but you know you will end up watching them eat witchety grubs.
Imagine my horror and embarrassment when being asked to point out Wales on the map of Europe I found that although nonentities such as Liechtenstein, Monaco and Andorra were shown, Wales was not marked, and this in an atlas bought in Cardiff!
One of the downsides is that you have to meet some fame-seeking nonentities while you're doing it.
A "vow" is to do with an oath before God, to do something or other, yet nonentities use the word without shame.
Both Mutharika and his party were dismissed as nonentities by the traditional parties and their supporters.
Admittedly, the last two US Opens there were won by nonentities, Andy North and Steve Jones, which rather ruins the mystique, but this Donald Ross masterpiece, first opened in 1917 and restyled by Robert Trent Jones for the 1951 Open, still ranks No.
The money wasted on MSPs - who are mostly a bunch of political nonentities - would have been better spent on Scotland's NHS.
While some of us may or may not adhere to these beliefs, those out of step become nonentities, dismissed as right-wing, misguided, and unenlightened.
So many times the elderly are treated as nonentities, as if they are objects that need to be cleaned and fed at regular intervals, But Ruth taught me, just by being my friend, that they are so much more.
A poll of specialists on the presidency conducted the year after Eisenhower stepped down relegated him to the rank of 19th century nonentities like Chester Arthur.