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of little substance or significance

concerned with trivialities

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Would you admit to their faces that these things register as trivial to you because they dont affect you personally?
During testing, psychologists measured electrodermal activity (changes in the skin's sweat glands), while users were most likely to break a sweat when they believed they had lost important data, sweat levels weren't that far behind when trivial data was considered lost by participants.
Love the 2000s?-prove it with the Trivial Pursuit: 2000s Edition game, with 300 trivia cards and 1,800 questions from six categories: Places, Entertainment, Events, The Arts, Science and Tech, and Sports and Hobbies.
Erol Rizaov publically pleads leader of VMRO-DPMNE party Nikola Gruevski in Utrinski vesnik to not take any punitive measures against Vladimir Pesevski and Dime Spasov for some trivial scandals in which they were mixed against their will, and shouldn't be blamed for it.
John Cornyn, R-Texas, said Tuesday morning that the plagiarism charges against Melania Trump are a "trivial matter" and predicted they would not harm her husband's standing with voters.
presidential candidate, claimed that unlocking the Apple iPhone of Syed Farook, one of the shooters who carried out a deadly attack in San Bernardino, California, late last year, is a "trivial" exercise and explained how it should take the FBI just 30 minutes to complete it.
BUNGLING energy giants npower were blasted for announcing a "trivial" 9p day price cut yesterday.
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Trivial issues exaggerated I FOUND the article about Taliesin Care Home (Echo, November 28) both insulting and upsetting.
These trivial yet helpful theatrics occurred so often she decided to create a tale to entice others to play imaginatively with this mysterious phenomenon and enjoy the designer moods it offered.
Passing sentence at Southwark Crown Court yesterday, Judge Anthony Leonard told him: "These offences may have taken place a long time ago, when inappropriate and trivial sexual behaviour was more likely to be tolerated, but your offending was not trivial, but of a very serious nature."
Most of the facts are serious, some are trivial or amusing.
But of all the truly trifling crimes there has been none more trivial than...