nonstory

nonstory

(ˈnɒnˈstɔːrɪ)
n, pl -ries
a story of little interest, substance, or importance
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She wrote on her Twitter page: "Absolutely pathetic nonstory about me today.
I disagree with people who say that the server was a nonstory.
It is and should be a nonstory, especially after Facebook pointed out his actions in the Gawker were entirely unrelated to his Facebook board role.
It's a nonstory and we make a story of it because someone has gone 'slap, bang.
Level Definition No telling First level: nonstory Simple description of actions without characteristics of narrative style Second level: sketch story Characteristics of narrative style, such as introduction of the setting and the main characters, are present, but both problem and resolution are missing Third level: incomplete story Elementary narrative structure without a central event Fourth level: essential story Nonessential structural elements are missing Fifth level: complete story All eight elements are present; only the title is considered optional Level Score 0 First level: nonstory 1 Second level: sketch story 2 Third level: incomplete story 3 Fourth level: essential story 4 Fifth level: complete story 5 Table 2: Children's language of mind coding system.
But the question about which OTT bundles will come out on top is a nonstory from the start.
For months - even years - maintaining rates at that level had become a bit of a nonstory but now there appears to be a urry of questions with every announcement about when they will start to go up.
AS has been widely pointed out since the story (or nonstory as some see it) broke, Kauto Star belongs to Clive Smith and therefore Smith can do with the horse whatever he pleases as long as it's nothing illegal.
Auds will go for "perplexing," likely to be the kindest word used when describing this challenging nonstory about a family living in the grandeur of Mexico's wilds.
Cruz campaign spokesman James Bernsen said the text message from Cruz is a nonstory.
The cult of spoiled bohemianism that has given [Ellis] his propers--the almost insolent daring, the excess even--has given way to a dull, stricken, under-medicated nonstory that goes nowhere.