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null and void

No longer valid, legitimate, or enforceable. This contract shall be rendered null and void immediately should either party fail to fulfil their obligations.
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null and void

Cliché without legal force; having no legal effect. The court declared the law to be null and void. The millionaire's will was null and void because it was unsigned.
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null and void

Canceled, invalid, as in The lease is now null and void. This phrase is actually redundant, since null means "void," that is, "ineffective." It was first recorded in 1669.
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ˌnull and ˈvoid

(formal) (of a legal agreement) no longer effective or valid: The contract was declared null and void.
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Abbreviations: ACTH, adrenocorticotroph adenoma; GH, growth hormone adenoma; GH+, Pit-1 family member with strong growth hormone and a lesser degree of prolactin or thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) staining; Gon, gonadotroph adenoma; Null, null cell adenoma; Pit1, Pit-1 family member (not otherwise specified); PlurGH, plurihormonal growth hormone adenoma; PlurGH+, plurihormonal growth hormone adenoma with lesser degrees of prolactin or TSH staining; PRL, prolactinoma; PRL+, Pit-1 family member with strong prolactin staining and lesser degree of growth hormone or thyrotropin staining; TSH+, TSH-producing adenoma with lesser degree of GH staining; Unk, unknown.
The problem of interpreting the results of N multiple simultaneous hypothesis tests is further complicated by the fact that the fraction of true null hypotheses [N.
Now we know that a null hypersurface of a semi-Riemannian manifold has zero expansion if and onlyifitistotallygeodesicso (c) holds which completes the proof.
Ball-park null allele frequencies were estimated from the number of apparent null allele carrying 'parents' and the total number of (non-excluded) parents in the database after correcting for ascertainment bias.
You should have zeros on the report where the nulls were previously, and the calculations should work.
The decision rules define the strength and type of evidence used to reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis.
In this section we characterize null osculating curves of the first kind in the Minkowski space-time.
The proponents of reversing the null hypothesis should be extremely careful what they wish for," concludes Curry.
Let [phi] = [phi](s) be null curve in the space [E.
Speas (1994) proposed that the expression or otherwise of null subjects is determined by whether the [?
You may also have a case for a null value if you are working in a database and none of its values has a record.
Flying Null then uses a Nd-Yag laser to ablate the metallised film into the encoded pattern required for each customer.
The nullability of a column determines if the rows in the table can contain a null value for that column.
The concept of statistical significance is deeply rooted in the null hypothesis inference testing model and perpetuates the myth that it is not possible to draw any meaningful conclusion without a significant test result.