It sounds doubly beside the point
when coming from the UUP, which is in government with Sinn Fein as well.
But this is beside the point
here, for our question concerns the Lord's law on same-sex sexual acts.
What also seemed beside the point
to him was the dishonesty around men's socialized behavior toward women and their bodies.
Moving far beyond the usual numbingly PC portraits designed to show how normal the children of gay parents are, Abigail Garner presents a smart and impassioned argument that "normal" is beside the point
Whether that has prompted this weekend's toughening of the laws surrounding so-called "happy hours" is beside the point
The ultimate arbiter of success is not the retailer--and whether an idea is revolutionary or evolutionary is beside the point
The poem, Shawcross maintains, helps readers live in uncertainty by showing that choices, as such, may well be beside the point
, that life frequently offers not "either/or" but "this and that" (107).
However, a senior ministry official said, ''The target is just a goal and it is beside the point
if we can achieve it.
Both these statements might hold true for many residents, but that's beside the point
I'd also ask him where he's been for the last year or so, but that's beside the point
When asked whether he is concerned about conditions in the retail market at the moment, Gialanella says that the current state of economy is almost beside the point
And the synergies between technology and authentic assessment suddenly seemed beside the point