Contact incidental to the mark.
Or they are seen as incidental to it.
All this is incidental to the issue at hand.
Incidental to such activities are bound to be those that have criminal dimensions.
He has a small selection of CDs as well, but they're now incidental to his business.
The activity would have to be incidental to some other activity that is not in itself a licensable entertainment.
It's not accidental and it's not incidental to his worldview -- his belief system requires a rejection of science.
These benefits are incidental in almost every way.
The fact that she was a woman was almost incidental in the end.
But, for them, their sports persona was all but incidental in the long run.
In our experience, tumours were asymptomatic or incidental in only three of the 11cases.
For there is in such activity an incidental affection identical with one also incidental in geometrical demonstrations.
We are not incidental in the Universe, we are no more of a cosmic accident than the Cosmos itself, much as some neo-Darwinist might have it said otherwise.
Any historical facts that may be present are as insignificantly incidental as the name of Hamlet's kingdom.
Even though that benefit might be incidental rather than intentional.
Since Aboriginal participation is incidental rather than scheduled, community engagement is not required.
Indeed, it was promised that race itself would become incidental rather than essential to the nation's persona.
They are designed to protect against incidental rather than intentional contact with chemicals and should be changed after any splash.