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Boxes have to be ticked and targets reached no matter have meaningless they might be to pupils.
The clubs in the play-off spots will be disappointed but whether it happens this season or next, there would be games left meaningless.
The letter is incomprehensible and full of meaningless jargon.
But totally meaningless when patients are in pain because they cannot get on to waiting lists in the first place.
So understand that it's all meaningless and that Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector is more awesome than the majority of the nominees.
THE Los Angeles City Council has a history of passing meaningless resolutions about issues it has no control over, such as the war in Iraq.
Therefore, merely saying this is a Christian Nation is meaningless.
TWO young robbers have been locked up for five and a half years after a judge described them as "young men leading selfish and meaningless lives.
She seeks to find relief from pain with meaningless sexual encounters.
I don't stop anyone playing for their country and I welcome my players being called up by their national teams, but I really do object to the fact that they didn't play who they said they were going to play, and it is two meaningless friendlies.
They then purposely build nonsensical handrail horrors and meaningless mound monstrosities.
Bishop Nasir told the president: "It is not possible for me to carry the burden of my limited, crippled and meaningless citizenship of your Pakistan.