nothing to see
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- Not connected or associated.
- Just eat enough carbohydrates to fuel your brain, it has nothing to see with "not losing weight because not eating enough", which is yet another dieting myth.
- 1986, Marcel Alfons Gilbert van Meerhaeghe, Economic theory: a critic's companion, page 97:
- Roosevelt's New Deal, often called a Keynesian experiment, had nothing to see with Keynes or his theory.
- 1991, Karl C. Mosler; Marco Scarsini, Stochastic orders and decision under risk, page 272:
- It has nothing to see with concavity of the utility function and is defined only in terms of different combinations of commodities.
- 2002, Lisa Carducci, As great as the world, page 1970:
- Why do the Chinese market vendors say "look-a-look," which has nothing to see with English?
- 2002, Frans J. M. Smulders; John Daniel Collins, Food Safety Assurance and Veterinary Public Health, page 207:
- Capillary electrophoresis is a technique which has nothing to see with chromatography, but which is based on the mobility of ions in an electric field.
- 2003 Feb 6, “Pires, Trezeguet, Lizarazu rejoin French squad”, SI.com:
- "It has nothing to see with their talent but at the moment they are far below the level you are looking for an international match," Santini said.
- (not associated): nothing to do