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It was once possibly known to the Druids by another name, and certainly to the Romans by another, and to the Saxons by another, and to the Normans by another; and a name more or less in the course of many centuries can be of little moment to its dusty chronicles.
Why he was sent, is, however, of little moment to this story, for he never made an investigation, nor, in fact, did he ever reach his destination.
It was of little moment, indeed, whether they were intelligible or no; for there was nobody to care for them, had they been ever so plain.
Nor is the matter of little moment to one whom Buto charges, for if he be caught and tossed, the chances are that naught will interest him thereafter.
she said quite unemotionally, as though it was a matter of little moment that a young girl should be upon intimate terms with savage jungle beasts.
He added: "There will be many things that come across the Westminster desk that would be of little moment to Scottish people, but will be of great moment to the government of the day.
There are errors, of course, but the amount of little moments of magic he brings to the swans side more than makes up for it.
We had lots of little moments to tell jokes, laugh or dance while we waited on set.
Criticism, emotional blocking or fighting comes more naturally to humans, and we often have little hope that a troubled relationship can be repaired but relationships are made up of lots of little moments in life and not just grand gestures, so you just have to read the signs and act upon it.
But most of the time, it consists of little moments and choices, stretched out to the horizon, or at least bedtime.
Ed Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, the guys who gave us ``thirtysomething'' and ``My So-Called Life,'' again have created a show that's about nothing but the sheer accumulation of little moments that add up to a person's life.
There were just a couple of little moments that went against us.