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The work gave Hot Springs the only municipal park in Arkansas with synthetic fields, smoothing out the playing surfaces and making weather almost a non-factor while reducing maintenance costs from an estimated $35,000 to $5.
But the Eagles' leading scorer was a non-factor after that, with just one more point in the game.
The 25-year-old former Valladolid man was a non-factor in Spain's recent thrashing, managing only two shots at goal, and was subbed at the 62nd minute by soon-to-be-teammate Torres.
Jorge Claros 5 Another non-factor in the midfield maelstrom.
New England's running game and defence, both non-factors at the start of the season, have begun to help out their prolific offence in recent matches, and their secondary, so often the weak point, returned two interceptions for touchdowns against Indianapolis on Sunday.
No longer is youth activism and popular opinion a non-factor in regional politics, security, and development.
It's virtually a non-factor and its been like that for six months," he said, sifting through 20 years of data to recall a time when concessions were offered on 40 percent of transactions and were so pervasive that landlords were offering two and three months of free rent.
Dropped for the home defeat by Blackburn, United's only remaining player with the x-factor was a non-factor as they lost at Newcastle.