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But Venice this year was a bland, hippieish nonevent, while Documenta descended into a self-righteous muddle.
Yet the far more important nonevent Tuesday was that Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy didn’t send in the army to quash a seditious movement.
When settlements are small, of course, excluding the legal costs associated with them is a nonevent.
The restaurant will be open to the public – even on nonevent days – but ticket holders will have access to the arena.
The acquisition of new technology is often a nonevent.
If her forecast is right, the Fed policy meeting on Wednesday will turn out to be a nonevent in a gradual return to normal policy.
The election of a state party chair, who traditionally leads fundraising and candidate recruitment efforts, is a nonevent for most voters.
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