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fill a/the void

To replace someone or something that is absent or missing. No, we got that project done—Rebecca filled the void while you were on vacation. If Mike doesn't play sports this year, what will fill the void besides his trouble-making friends?
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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No longer valid, legitimate, or enforceable.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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All the specimens were reinforced by 10 mm and 13 mm deformed bars, and [phi]6 wires were used as a means to anchor the void formers to the upper and lower reinforcing bars.
The vertical displacement and velocity curves of the inverted arch vary obviously with the increase of void width, which shows that the void width of the base under the rail has a great effect on the displacement and velocity of the inverted arch.
As the innovators who defined RGB lighting with the K-series of mechanical keyboards, CORSAIR offers a wealth of RGB gaming peripherals and VOID PRO is no different.
For the present study void percentage range is chosen based on the the solder X-ray images taken for a series of MOSFET.
The voids' effect on stiffness degradation of CFRP composite laminates was evaluated by comparing the modulus reduction at specified load levels with respect to load cycles for specimens with different void contents.
NanOss Bioactive 3D bone void filler is an advanced bone graft composed of nano-structured hydroxyapatite granules suspended in a porous gelatin-based foam matrix.
Out of the 30 local governments in Osun State, Ede North and Ede South were only the two local governments that did not record voided votes during that election.
Voids are captivating to researchers, because they might help us better probe those invisible presences, dark energy and dark matter.
The study aimed to assess the percentage volume of voids in root canals, obturated with NanoFlow and conventional gutta percha using micro-computed tomography analysis at three different levels of the root canal.
In legal parlance, the term 'void ab initio' refers to contracts or decisions that never had legal validity, or were void from the beginning.
Boys were told to void from a standing position into the uroflowmetry container and uroflowmetric parameters [Q.sub.max] (ml/sec), VT (sec), voided/expected volume ratio (VER), FC (bell shaped curve, staccato, interrupted, plateau), EMG activity during voiding, and post-void residual volume ratio (PVRR) were recorded.
Blizzard Entertainment has announced that StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void, the highly anticipated third game in the iconic StarCraft II real-time strategy series, begins warping in to stores starting on November 10.
Options for tamper-evident labelstocks have typically included the standard silver and white facestocks with the term "VOID" in a diagonal pattern.
Featuring a small footprint to support small-cell packaging operations, the FasFil EZ Auto system uses an automated cutting mechanism for easy release of single-ply, protective-paper void fill.