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So the Raila and Kalonzo oaths are unconstitutional and inconsequential.
We have been relegated to the position of inconsequential indifference.
Not only because my own activism seems vaudevillian and inconsequential in comparison, but because Judy Shepard looks just like my morn.
While the smaller painting, despite its initially intriguing allusion to a disused traditional form, feels inconsequential, Untitled is nothing if not impressive.
Inspector Brunetti finds the death of a seemingly inconsequential man holds implications for the entire immigrant society in a complex set of plots and patterns of intrigue.
press, and dismissed as both inconsequential and a "possible" hoax by Vice President Dick Cheney and the Bush administration's talk radio echo chamber.
Control deficiencies are considered consequential if they would result in "more than a remote likelihood that a misstatement of the company's annual or interim financial statements that is more than inconsequential will not be prevented or detected.
Professor Labaree doesn't dispute my methodology or my findings, but questions their significance on the grounds that teacher preparation is inconsequential.
As the novel opens, however, it is 1968, Samuel is 40 years old and disappointed with his life and his inconsequential government job.
In 18 months I wrote dozens of news items, mostly inconsequential Playback-style hits about the industry.
Write down episodes related to the father's absence that are inconsequential.
Conservatives were major critics of Trent Lott after what should have been an inconsequential gaffe.