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  • a  too small or unimportant to merit attention
    passed his life in an inconsiderable village
    their duties were inconsiderable
    had no inconsiderable influence

  • The Tour de France is the simple matter of a three-week, 2,175 mile (3,500 km) bike ride over 21 stages, with a not inconsiderable nine of them taking place in the mountains.
  • The Tour de France is the simple matter of a three-week, 2,175 mile (3,500 km) bike ride over 21 stages, with a not inconsiderable nine of them taking place in the mountains.
  • He donates his not inconsiderable savings to charity, cuts up his credit cards and sets forth to find himself in the American vastness, aiming eventually to confront the Alaskan .
News & Articles

  • Review: 'The Lone Ranger,' one hot mess
    The Lone Rangeris way too long, incoherent at times, loaded with clumsy dialogue and less than sure-footed in its tone. That's the bad news. But here's the thing about the film: despite all its not-inconsiderable failings, it's surprisingly entertaining for its two and a half-hour running time.
    July 1, 2013 - The Milpitas Post
Quotes

  • Vladimir Putin in Thaindian.com (blog)
    We are able to protect our people, our citizens, our state, our wealth - which is not inconsiderable,Putin said, supported by his successor Medvedev who warned against irresponsible ambitions" adding Russia should do everything to see the...
  • Jim Anderton in Scoop.co.nz (press release)
    For a start, the Government is investing $175 million over the next five years on a Plan of Action on Land Management and Climate Change,Jim Anderton said. "That is a not inconsiderable sum of money." "The Government has also...
  • Jack Valenti in CNN
    To endure in a volatile, unpredictable arena populated by egos the size of small planets is not an inconsiderable achievement,Valenti wrote.

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