Over these terrible, horrible, not at all trivial
However, nose tip temperature drops were also measured when respondents believed they had lost trivial
data and the difference wasn't as extreme as the psychologists expected.
"Frankly I think it's a trivial
matter that doesn't count for much," Cornyn said.
However, McAfee indicated he believes unlocking the iPhone is a "trivial
" matter and that the FBI knows this, adding that if it doesn't, then "we are in deep trouble." And he said that if the FBI is indeed aware of how trivial
it is to unlock the iPhone, then it is deceiving the public by "asking for a universal key" to access Apple's smartphones.
Martin Lewis of price comparison website MONEYSAVINGEXPERT said: "Yet again, the amount is trivial
. The vast majority of households in the UK are still massively overpaying for their energy."
(NASDAQ: HAS) said they have launched the Trivial
Pursuit & Friends mobile game.
People need to know the truth, everyone would agree with this, but it seems the elderly are the ones that suffer the most, with trivial
issues being exaggerated.
In this visionary novel, "The Yogini With A Thousand Eyes, each day the heroine," Annajoy, carries on an elegant meditative dance with the unremarkable trivial
events that occur during her daily life in Amsterdam.
Seven years ago Merseyside Police was planning to set up what was dubbed a 'trivial
Maybe a couple of officers could have sorted this out and, yes, we do think its trivial
The effect size for this finding was .02 (Cramer's V), trivial
Although boredom is common, it's no trivial
matter, claims psychologist