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If the pieces are put together correctly, the garbling cancels out and the program functions as intended, but each individual piece looks meaningless.
The password, if you have chosen a good one, is meaningless too.
For some, data-driven has been a buzzword, data-driven creative feels almost meaningless, we have to keep thinking what data-driven creative means for us.
It’s not necessarily meaningless, but it’s close to meaningless in the sense that, according to some, this was a problem that Facebook helped to create.
Scale for scale’s sake is almost meaningless, unless you can convert it into something of value.
Climate Action Campaign, a San Diego advocacy group, called the county’s climate report card “meaningless” because it has to rewrite the plan anyway.
Soon there will be a generation of people who missed the whole thing and for whom Baby Yoda is as meaningless as it was for me a year ago.
Yet because Zoom is growing its base of revenue-paying customers too, and making so much money in the process, the hit to margins feels practically meaningless.
ZOOM IS ON FIREADAM LASHINSKYSEPTEMBER 1, 2020FORTUNE
This virus can’t do pushups or race cars, so the usual displays of dominance are meaningless.
The money I gave them probably was meaningless, but it was important to me.
FED UP (EP. 390)STEPHEN J. DUBNERSEPTEMBER 26, 2019FREAKONOMICS

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verbicidenoun | [vur-buh-sahyd ]SEE DEFINITION
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