nonfactor

nonfactor

(ˌnɒnˈfæktə)
n
something that is not a factora person of no importance
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The Bulldozer architecture was a risky bet, and not only did it not pay off, but it also made the company a nonfactor in the CPU market for many years.
Justin Brownlee had 23 points, 15 rebounds, and nine assists but was a nonfactor for the Gin Kings when it mattered.
I don't feel like it was a nonfactor. Certainly, if I had spent that time doing more publications I'd been in a better position for raises because publications and grants is really what gets rewarded most of the time, but I feel like it's not insignificant.
Once you actually bestir yourself to visit the polling station, all you give up by your ballot is the opportunity to have voted for the other side; influence over outcomes is virtually a nonfactor. This means that expressive acts that in other environments come at a high price can be available almost cost-free in the voting booth.
All those suspicions about the Patriots declining this season became moot as the defense made the 24-year-old Goff look awful and turned All-Pro running back Todd Gurley into a nonfactor.
In a solo pirouette, mechanism 3 is a nonfactor. Thus, the central task of unassisted balance maintenance--during quiet standing and pirouettes alike--is managing the torque on the body due to gravity via the relative positions of the CoM and the CoP.
During a question-and-answer period following his presentation about the chronic underrepresentation of Black students on college campuses, Allen noted that diversity work championed by some faculty not only tends to be a nonfactor during tenure or promotion evaluation, but sometimes works "to the detriment of their career."
With Luisita's dreaded wind a virtual nonfactor for the second straight day, Bayron cashed in on his early start and fired a five-birdie spree from No.
Finally, AMLO promotion rates would become a nonfactor if AMC began to offer incentives for individuals to become AMLOs.
Dilger, Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain: Control as a Nonfactor in Employee Status Determinations Under FedEx Home Delivery v.
They were identified as the cells that would change regenerative medicine via their ability to differentiate into end-cell lines, allowing the shortage of donor organs to become a nonfactor in treatment of many end-stage disease states.
In the worst case, Broke's command had the combat power to inflict enough damage to make the American squadron a nonfactor in the coming months.