unnoteworthy

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Indeed he had forgotten the very existence of this one unnoteworthy little passenger.
And how many of these leaders have a desperate need for more attention in their otherwise unnoteworthy routine of preaching the same old, same old to the same old, same old?
But I am a true Hindustani and your unnoteworthy lives will not deter me from helping you realise your dream of living in a 'Hindu Rashtra.
It is probably a kind of brown, that unnoteworthy shade of brown, indescribable by any list of adjectives.
Certainly, though, this kind of defense of the autonomous space of literature is not just unnoteworthy and conservative; it is also neglectful of the dialectic between literature and life.
It is normative to consider the role of medicine versus public health measures in the decline of mortality, and unnoteworthy that the role of popular movements as a competing explanation has not been addressed.
What may have, through time and familiarity, become unnoteworthy, things suddenly take on a new importance when you share them with a child.
See Marilyn Robinson Waldman, "`The Otherwise Unnoteworthy Year 711': A Reply to Hayden White," in On Narrative (see n.