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I had doubted so many things, and now suddenly I doubted my unimportance, doubted my right to this suicidal abandonment.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
A small detail which, in the calculation of the shrewd Pope, had been relegated to comparative unimportance.
ROBERT ANNYS: POOR PRIESTANNIE NATHAN MEYER
Some future age may be surprised at the comparative unimportance of questions which interest this generation.
In respect to finance the most important of these were: The disappearance or reduction to unimportance of the feudal dues.
Other exceptions to the applicability of this percentage system deserve mention, although they are of relative unimportance.
Among those who were present, not as invited guests, but by virtue of their unimportance, were Mrs. Stucky and her son Bud.
I imagine that the opinion of him held by others, is to him of the most absolute unimportance.
But it is not a matter of unimportance whether a man shall become attached to any country.
But to her belonged a calm which came from a clear perception of the comparative unimportance of petty incident.
THE GIRL AND THE BILLBANNISTER MERWIN
The reason for this is the unimportance of the subject, from the standpoint of the average reviewer or literary editor.

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