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nevermind

(ˈnɛvərˌmaɪnd)
n
a matter of importanceattention; consideration
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In 'Nevermind: You, deconstructed', R R Deehan offers a short series of easy thought experiments that anybody can perform from the comfort of their own armchair.
In "Nevermind: You, Deconstructed," R R Deehan offers a short series of easy thought experiments that anybody can perform from the comfort of their own armchair.
* "Smells Like Teen Spirit" hit the radio in August 1991 and was later released as the lead single on the band's album Nevermind.
Because Nevermind reacts to variability in the player's heart rate, the only way to fully experience the game at the time was to wear a bulky, somewhat uncomfortable chest strap on the bare skin.
My friend had a guitar and me and him would spend hours trying to teach ourselves the songs from Nevermind. Soon after my dad bought me my first guitar.
Photographer Kirk Weddle snapped a pal's three-month-old son, Spencer Elden, swimming underwater for Nirvana album Nevermind in 1991.
Nevermind Palestinian dispossession, suffering and poverty.
10**Googling a runner In Bloom 3.55 Fairyhouse A track on Nirvana's 1991 album Nevermind. In Bloom was written by lead singer Kurt Cobain, who committed suicide in 1994.
Much of the drama is in the interview room focussed on their gritty yet understated interrogation techniques, keeping their emotions so tightly in check that we often wonder when they will explode in frustraion, nevermind the suspects.
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Nevermind that the settlement wouldn't provide homeowners on the brink of foreclosure any real assistance and ignores the sleazy robo-signing and forgery committed by Bank of America, among others.