much less important

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  • Money plays a part in human existence much less important than we suppose. ...
  • The last factor is probably much less important than the other two. ...
  • Our political relation with them is much less important than it is supposed to be. ...
  • Nor have its effects been much less important in other respects.
  • It has been tried a dozen times in much less important fields of knowledge than morals. ...
  • The rite became much less important and was conducted very quickly. ...
  • As a result, the relationship became much less important strategically speaking. ...
  • To quote a more modern and much less important instance. ...
  • This, at any rate, is the report; but, according to others, the results of the expedition are much less important. ...
  • Although their definitions seem more natural, open and closed maps are much less important than continuous maps. ...
  • Fabricius also wrote a few works on economics, although these are much less important than his zoological works.
  • "To me, it's encounters that matter, pictures are much less important." ...
  • His skills as an inventor were much less important than his skills as a marketer. ...
  • This service was later made much less important due to the ability to provide digital services based on the IP protocol. ...
  • The function of the skin in removing wastes from the body is much less important than formerly supposed. ...
  • He himself was but a sweetmeat-seller, and much less important than the dirt under my feet. ...
  • There were many others, but as I tell them they seem much less important than they really were, and I shall mention only one more. ...
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