• Alice chose Stokes to run for a relatively unimportant seat on the community college board.
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  • Although Schleicher was in fact unimportant by 1934, increasingly wild rumours that he was scheming with Röhm to reenter the corridors of power helped stoke the sense of crisis.
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  • Ban was unemployed for the only time in his career and was expecting to receive an assignment to work in a remote and unimportant embassy.
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  • Greek writers call this place Khemmis and indicate that it is near the city of Buto, but in the myth, the physical location is unimportant compared with its nature as an iconic place of seclusion and safety.
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  • In 1879, OWU alumna Elizabeth Russell founded Kwassui Women's College in Nagasaki, Japan, when predominant Japanese culture considered women's education unimportant.
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  • It was unimportant that he was rarely present for these ceremonies; it was his broader role as intermediary with the gods that mattered.
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  • Minh's junta feared Mau's shrewdness and tried to sideline him by making him the Minister of Information, a relatively unimportant position.
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  • The French primarily viewed the colony as an unimportant source of untrained labour and raw cotton; France introduced large-scale cotton production in 1929.
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  • The intelligentsia in Russia had accepted the general phenomenon of evolution for several years before Darwin had published his theory, and scientists were quick to take it into account, although the Malthusian aspects were felt to be relatively unimportant.
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  • The recently built Battersea Power Station then dominated most views of the area, so it was decided that the bridge's appearance was unimportant.
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  • With the Republicans in the minority, McKinley was given unimportant committee assignments, which he undertook conscientiously.
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