(1) We get buffeted through life like a ball-bearing in a bagatelle , bouncing off chance encounters, opportunities, unforeseen obstacles.(2) dealing with these boats was a mere bagatelle for the world's oldest yacht club(3) He's flipped that in the mixer, there's a crowd scene in there and it's bagatelle football with the ball pinging around.(4) The few boos - a traditional Pesaro bagatelle , methinks - that met the curtain-call were, however, unmerited.(5) On countless occasion, Jim Jeffries' men seemed to be caught up in penalty box bagatelle in their visitors area, the Inverness defence stretched like the skin of a drum.(6) Compared with most large projects, this is a bagatelle , but the surreptitiously radical design that makes such poetic sense of the pixel is a gutsy move.(7) With this money banked, BT moves closer to its net debt target of Ôö¼├║10 bn, a mere bagatelle for a major-ish European telco.(8) Their winning goal typified the game, a piece of bash-bash bagatelle executed mostly in the air.(9) William finally holed out for twelve after playing bagatelle with a few trees, a rabbit hole and a water hazard that no-one had noticed before.(10) This is a mere bagatelle by the standards on BBC Online sites, clocking in excess of 80 million a month, but it's still not at all bad.(11) I'm pretty shy and not that aggressive, so this is kind of a big deal to me, even if others might see it as a mere bagatelle .(12) Today's bagatelle is a familiar tune played by The Torero Band featuring the arrangements of Moorhouse.(13) By then, too, those dreary individuals who've droned on ad nauseam over the cost - a bagatelle in the great scheme of things - will no doubt be begging for invitations to the opening.(14) You watch him, and you find yourself picturing the latest shot whizzing round his body, like a silver ball in a bagatelle .(15) Playing 49 people in the course of one performance is, of course, a mere bagatelle for this man.(16) So here we go again - pass the bill to the long-suffering tax payer; its only Ôö¼├║12.4 million, a mere bagatelle .