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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No longer valid, legitimate, or enforceable.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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Iniciemos nuestro viaje con un pasaje de la carta 6 de Leibniz a de Voider, marzo 1699.
It is also a hotbed of Timecrimers and Longtimers, the crossroads of Voiders, Pirates and the superrich Eloi.
In his book "The Ten Voiders of Islam", Ibn Wahhab has outlined ten nullifiers of Islam which automatically expel anyone from Islam (automatic apostasy) which are as under (Volpi, 2011, 278):
16] Their subsequent analysis found that 49% of men who underwent AUS placement were "valsalva voiders.
And there may be some women, for example, that are Valsalva voiders.
Ninety percent of girls with UTIs have abnormal voiding habits, including 60% who have uninhibited bladder and 30% who are infrequent voiders.