of little consequence

of little consequence

Not very important; having very little significance or value. The company makes so much money that the flop of this product on the market is actually of very little consequence to them. I'm of so little consequence in our organization that I doubt anyone would notice if I just stopped coming in one day.
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Zionism is a colonialist project predicated on the notion that Palestinians are 'untermensch' of little consequence to be swept aside in the same way as the White Settlers in the New World swept aside the Native Americans, citing the pseudo religious doctrine of Manifest Destiny.
I appreciate that my withdrawal from listening to my local radio station is probably of little consequence to the programme planners and I further recognise that BBC Wales exists to inform the people of Wales about the issues of Wales.
Crashing out of the EU seems of little consequence when the holidays come around, so just who is burning the midnight oil in Brussels, negotiating our exit plans?
CRASHING out of the European Union seems of little consequence when the holidays come around, so just who is burning the midnight oil in Brussels negotiating our exit plans?
In years gone by, these sad individuals with their bitter hatreds would be of little consequence.
As-expected data to be of little consequence for the Canadian Dollar.
The postponement was of little consequence to Belle Vue, who were already secure in the top four, and the re-staging falling during their play-off campaign is an opportunity they cannot waste.
It proved of little consequence as Wolves' batting completely crumbled against the new-ball attack of Sutton and Adam Hines.
The dip may be of little consequence for long-term investors, as October 26 was the last day Amazon shares were each valued less than $1,000.
Moreover, the stigma of being accused of blasphemy endures; the question of innocence or guilt is of little consequence. Blasphemy accused have been murdered by vigilantes even following their acquittal, sometimes after they have served their sentence.
Kelly again missed the conversion but it was of little consequence as Belgium were unable to break the Irish line, with the hosts finishing off with a try by prop Curtis Stewart, which Kelly converted.
That he kept quiet when seven years, under his watch as "peace" envoy, Israel unleashed its military might and its US-backed killing machine on the entrapped people of Gaza, should have condemned him as a man of little consequence. That Israel again unleashed its arsenal against the people of Gaza a second time last year, should have condemned him as a man without moral courage and suffering from spinal atrophy.
Since the focus is on product offering, location is of little consequence and Zoom International is studying opportunities worldwide, Vostry said without namingA locations ofA specific interest.
This is of little consequence for Jews who view Halloween as an idolatrous, pagan holiday rooted in Catholicism; they will celebrate Shabbat as they do every week and ignore Halloween as they do every year.
Now with Godolphin and Charlie Appleby, the son of Exchange Rate should be a great deal sharper for that Newmarket blow-out, while the return to five furlongs is of little consequence.