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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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StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void is the thrilling conclusion to the award-winning science-fiction saga that began with the original StarCraft in 1998.
Performing a two sample t-test analysis indicated that Flux B produced fewer voids than Flux A with a statistical confidence of >99.
A contract being void or voidable is not dependant on a breach or failure by one party.
The 1,362 waffle slabs produced for the first fabrication building had 26 voids in each formed with paper and glue.
Last year saw the lowest void period figures for the past two years, with the average time a property remained empty being 2.
The best way to deal with void periods is to avoid them altogether.
ANSYS [15, 16] simulation for a defective model was performed to evaluate the defect and void influence on stress intensity factor and stress-strain state.
In addition, participants with OAB tended to void more quickly after awakening at night.
Voids are the presence of air bubbles or other nonmetallic material trapped within the solder joint.
Siniora's efforts to fill the void by adopting procedures that may lead to the election of a new president on the one hand, and the opposition's relentless attempts to fill this void with endless slur campaigns accusing the government of betrayal and treachery and threatening the majority leaders with persecution after defaming them on the other hand, raise questions about how the state of affairs will be like from now till next March.
Conversely, a vacuum void will collapse under atmospheric pressure as it softens.