nonissue

non·is·sue

 (nŏn′ĭsh′o͞o)
n.
A matter of so little import that it ought not to become a focus of controversy and comment.
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nonissue

(nɒnˈɪʃuː)
n
a matter of little importance
adj
(Military) (of equipment, etc) not issued by the military: nonissue boots.
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non•is•sue

(nɒnˈɪʃ u; esp. Brit. -ˈɪs yu)

n.
a matter or issue of little or no interest or importance.
[1960–65]
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The model suggests four perceptions and approaches to diversity: (a) Asset, perceiving diversity as an asset to be fostered, encouraged, and promoted; (b) Problem, perceiving diversity as a factor that hinders, restricts, and prevents the organization from attaining its goals, and needs to be solved; (c) Challenge, perceiving diversity as potentially beneficial for the group's goals, though not without its accompanying risks--and demanding investment of efforts and resources to transform those risks into benefits; and (d) Nonissue, ignoring diversity or avoiding dealing with it.
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The most important issue for the next president -- and Congress -- to tackle is corporate tax reform, stocks will continue to outperform bonds over the next decade, and Brexit is a "nonissue," Bob Doll told money managers Thursday.
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