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But in Washington waters, PRV has been a nonissue so far, Warheit said.
The tax overhaul was essentially a nonissue, as the GOP lost eight Senate seats and control of the chamber.
Councilman Jeff Herdman, who lives less than a block from the fire station on Marine Avenue on Balboa Island, said sirens on the compact island are a nonissue.
International shipping is a nonissue (a big order from Bahrain came in yesterday).
This is a nonissue with the second-cast Butterfly, Japanese soprano Yasko Sato, who makes her U.S. debut after performing Cio-Cio San in Japan and Italy.
This feels like a nonissue made into something larger so certain people who want to maintain their profiles further gain traction.
The good news was Bridgewater didn’t suffer nerve damage, and the nerve remains a nonissue, the person said.
Other Trump supporters said on Twitter that the news media was exploiting a nonissue.
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NONISSUE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nonissue for English Language Learners
: an issue that is not important : something that people are not concerned about
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