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Iniesta was the driving force behind Spain's play, while David Villa, in the role of lone striker, was a non-factor in the opening half.
With freshman forward Derrick Williams in foul trouble and Wise a non-factor, the Wildcats (15-14, 9-8) seemed lost at times, never more so than during a four-minute stretch in which they scored just five points.
It is just a matter of time before Huawei becomes a major player across the world; others will easily become a non-factor, said Dr.
Differences in arrow speed would probably be undetectable in hunting setups, or at least a non-factor.
My other major fear of starvation was a non-factor.
In addition, most teams sport a great defensive player who, regrettably, is a non-factor on the offensive end.
Without an actual outbreak, the avian flu is a non-factor when it comes to tourism," said Ogawa.
The national spokesman for that group, Chief Sandford Big Plume, was a non-factor at the first ministers meeting, although he gained entrance to the private session as a member of Alberta Premier Ralph Klein's delegation.
The Conservatives may be a non-factor in Liverpool's party politics at the moment but they have strong representations on both Wirral and Sefton councils.
Rather, a closer reading of the debate surrounding the preamble leads the author to the conclusion that in the minds of many Europeans, "Christianity was not simply a non-factor in the development of contemporary European public life; Christianity was (and is) an obstacle to the evolution of a Europe at peace, a Europe that champions human rights, a Europe that governs itself democratically.
In fact, China was a virtual non-factor on the furniture import scene because it had not yet joined the World Trade Organization.