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devoid of importance, meaning, or force

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The names of those present on this occasion are unimportant, but they had been known to generations of school-boys as Sighs, Tar, Winks, Squirts, and Pat.
how unimportant that became in comparison with you--when I got to know you.
Gartner, whose strong wish was to draw a marked line of distinction between species and varieties, could find very few and, as it seems to me, quite unimportant differences between the so-called hybrid offspring of species, and the so-called mongrel offspring of varieties.
These alone are the unimportant differences, which Gartner is able to point out, between hybrid and mongrel plants.
Count Ilya Rostov, hurried and preoccupied, went about in his soft boots between the dining and drawing rooms, hastily greeting the important and unimportant, all of whom he knew, as if they were all equals, while his eyes occasionally sought out his fine well-set-up young son, resting on him and winking joyfully at him.
These acts may seem unimportant considering other serious issues our society faces, yet they are irksome and indeed damage our society.
This is a matter of life and death for the country, therefore, the political parties should take a decision in the broader national interest raising above the unimportant considerations, said Brig.
Opposition decides to not take chairmanship of 'unimportant' committees
Constable Muhammad Nizam Jamaluddin, 24, also disagreed with Farid's counsel Megat Syazlee Mokhtarom that his testimony in court over certain words Farid allegedly used against him were unimportant facts, although they were not included in the original police report.
.All unimportant small walls have been demolished on roads of police line Rawalpindi on orders of IG Punjab.
I do not hear much from the unimportant people who do not live and work and eat and pass out in Thimphu.
Only 18 percent said they were unimportant or very unimportant, and 9 percent of buyers were neutral on the question.<br />The desire for particular schools varied significantly by life stage and age.
The relationships, prejudices, and darker sides of a small town in Quebec serve as the subject of this collection of stories, yet the intrigues are not limited to the petty and unimportant but speak to universal issues.