But this is beside the point
here, for our question concerns the Lord's law on same-sex sexual acts.
And the synergies between technology and authentic assessment suddenly seemed beside the point
However they got to this position is beside the point
Since the late 1960s, black America has assumed that individual initiative is largely beside the point
until all racism, even in its most subtle forms, has disappeared.
Some of those pilots who don't want to work may in fact be faking illness, but that's beside the point
That Robinson is not an angel with the conventional trappings of wings and a halo is beside the point
Brassy, sunny bossa nova ("Flowers") segues into frenetic wahwah funk ("Lint of Love") so breezily that acknowledgment of their wildly different styles seems beside the point
A very small percentage, I suspect, but that is almost beside the point
because all the students are encouraged to foster personal qualities that can last a lifetime: discipline, focus, responsibility, coordination, confidence, a strong sense of self.
Thus, to an agency person writing an environmental impact statement today, what NEPA said 20 years ago is almost beside the point
Even if he's right--and it's debatable--his argument is beside the point
," counters biologist Edward Groth III, of Consumers Union.
And the fact that it comes out squeaking like an animal is beside the point
Into the Status-Sphere" (page 48) takes California critic Caroline Bates to The Ivy, in Los Angeles, the perennial celebrity spot where "Hollywood insiders play the game and outsiders come to watch their moves," says Bates, and food is beside the point