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insignificant

in sig nyi fi kuhnt

  • s  not worthy of notice
  • s  signifying nothing
    insignificant sounds
  • s  of little importance or influence or power; of minor status
    a minor, insignificant bureaucrat
  • a  devoid of importance, meaning, or force

  • After five years, the difference was insignificant for families living in apartments and town homes, and after 10 years, it was also insignificant for those in traditional single .
  • Except for insignificant rainfall, Egypt depends totally on the Nile for irrigation and power.
  • McCain also tells a psychiatrist that among the benefits of his POW experience "he learned to control his temper better, to not become angry over insignificant things.
News & Articles

  • Transcendental pizza
    It’s funny how something seemingly insignificant can change your outlook on life. My wife and I were cruising around Salt Lake City in the familiar dinnertime haze, that phenomenon where you’re hungry but don’t want to cook/pay for food. It’s quite a dilemma; anyone who has suffered through it will agree with me. We continue to drive until we [...]
    June 10, 2013 - The Weber State University Signpost
  • Tribe commentary: Tito’s time of reckoning is here
    Whether he liked it or not, Terry Francona was viewed as a savior when the Indians hired him in the offseason. As a two-time world champion manager, Francona was brought aboard to change the landscape in Cleveland and rescue the Indians from insignificant, playoff-less oblivion. Well, Tito, you’ve got some savin’ to do. Francona’s Indians are in ... Read More
    June 10, 2013 - The Medina County Gazette
  • Indians Commentary: It’s time to save the ship, Tito
    Whether he liked it or not, Terry Francona was viewed as a savior when the Indians hired him in the offseason. As a two-time world champion manager, Francona was brought aboard to change the landscape in Cleveland and rescue the Indians from insignificant, playoff-less oblivion. Well, Tito, you’ve got some savin’ to do. Francona’s Indians [...] The post Indians Commentary: It’s time to save the ...
    June 9, 2013 - The Chronicle-Telegram
Quotes

  • Mitt Romney in Radar Online
    In an interview, Romney said capturing Bin Laden would achieve only "a very insignificant increase in safety" and that it was "not worth moving heaven and earth spending billions of dollars just trying to catch one person."
  • John McCain in Boston Globe
    McCain told the National Restaurant Association today in Chicago: "Obviously, Iran isn'ta superpower and doesn't possess the military power the Soviet Union had. But that does not mean that the threat posed by Iran is insignificant. On the contrary,...
  • David Plouffe in 940 News
    We have both fought hard throughout the country, both of us, for delegates and the fact that we're willing to essentially cede her delegates we do not think is an insignificant gesture on our part,Obama campaign manager David Plouffe said....

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