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void

Without any legal effect from the very beginning.Sometimes written as “void ab initio.”A contract by one who has been judged mentally incompetent is void. Contrast with voidable, which is something able to be set aside,should the party so chose.

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A larger problem, he adds, is that the galaxy surveys used to define the potential void don't cover the whole sky--for example, they don't encompass the Laniakea Supercluster.
All VOID PRO headsets share the same custom-tuned 50mm neodymium speaker drivers and Dolby(R) Headphone 7.
An extensive literature survey was carried out to understand the previous works done on solder void modeling.
The void will fill with all these things, just give it time, you'll see.
The resulting void contents were determined with the implementation of a digital microscopy (DM) image analysis technique.
The company said NanOss Bioactive bone void filler will be distributed for RTI Surgical in Australia by LifeHealthcare Group Limited (ASX:LHC), a leading independent medical device distributor in Australia.
Finally, on the production floor, the process engineer or technician can often tweak the reflow profile to reduce void formation.
Performing a two sample t-test analysis indicated that Flux B produced fewer voids than Flux A with a statistical confidence of >99.
Most men in western countries void while standing, but in some Asian and Middle Eastern countries prefer to void in the sitting or squatting position.
RESEARCH by Paragon Mortgages, the specialist buy-to-let lender, has revealed that void periods are at a two-year low.
The total volume of these air voids within the concrete is known as the air void content.
VOID periods for rental property remain high but have stabilised, according to new figures from the National Landlords Association (NLA), supplied by research consultants BDRC Continental.