nonfactor

nonfactor

(ˌnɒnˈfæktə)
n
something that is not a factora person of no importance
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The Lady Falcons played better against Far Eastern University and won a five-setter, despite Soyud once more a nonfactor.
A series of minor injuries partially prevented him from assimilating, but even when healthy for 11 games he was a nonfactor with only 3 catches for 51 yards.
But I do like yellow-the color, that is; I think it suits me-and so does my wife, although, with her, you'll never know whether political sentiments are not a nonfactor.
As long as nobody stirs the majority of Texas adults who don't vote, they are - politically speaking - a big fat nonfactor.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration was a nonfactor.
Unlike gasoline engines, diesel engines don't require spark, so engine electronics become a nonfactor.
It was wet and chilly, but for many attendees the weather was going to be a nonfactor, rain or shine.
If one were to look and say who has the breadth of imaging informatics compared to others, they have some advantage against an Agfa or a GE; against a TeraMedica or an Accuo, that's sort of a nonfactor, so they have to compete on both ends.
His field goal percentage plummeted, and he became a nonfactor in the playoffs.
But now, Al Zanki says heavy oil from Ratqa will likely be a nonfactor by the time 2020 rolls around.
He was a nonfactor on Capitol Hill, pushing through small, noncontroversial bills on nanotechnology and energy.