not worth mentioning


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Before Sonya and her mother, if Boris happened to be mentioned, she spoke quite freely of that episode as of some childish, long-forgotten matter that was not worth mentioning.
And besides, master, as I said a while ago, it's not worth mentioning.
in order to gain small points not worth mentioning, he not knowing that so to order his life as to be able to do without a napping judge is a far higher and nobler sort of thing.
It really is not worth mentioning, because things at home would have taken pretty much the same turn any way.
He assured her, in such French as he could muster, that the thing was not worth mentioning, and that he considered her services a great favor.
Thus, a higher education institution is not worth mentioning itself if it does not have a close cooperation with the corporation, and does not have an entrepreneurship curriculum in its lectures.
If this senator, whose name is not worth mentioning, could prove that I have those millions in the said bank accounts, then I will give them all to the victims of the earthquake in Surigao,' Vice Mayor Duterte said in his statement.
Since this is entirely unconscious, it's not worth mentioning.
Reese Witherspoon plays a cop who finds herself protecting the wife of a Mob informant (TV star Sofia Vergara) who, for reasons not worth mentioning, is wanted by both the cops and the underworld.
It's probably not worth mentioning the fact that Millwall were relegated in 1996 after being second in October 1995.
Reese Witherspoon plays a cop who finds herself protecting the wife of a Mob informant (Modern Family TV star Sofia Vergara) who, for reasons not worth mentioning, is wanted by both the cops and the underworld.
For reasons not worth mentioning, she is wanted by both the cops and the underworld.