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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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Voids are typically caused by incorrect profiling during reflow or curing, and depend on the type of underfill used.
Performing a two sample t-test analysis indicated that Flux B produces fewer voids than Flux A with a statistical confidence of >99.
The 1,362 waffle slabs produced for the first fabrication building had 26 voids in each formed with paper and glue.
The average annual void period recorded in the first quarter of 2011 stood at 2.
The data also showed that the average duration of voids dropped from 19 days to 17 days.
The behaviour of the specimen's inclusions or voids material (graphite) is assumed to be elastic, characterized by the elasticity modulus [E.
The OAB patients had a significantly greater number of voids in 24 hours despite comparable total urine output per day.
Bubbles are either pockets of trapped gas or vacuum voids.
The detection of viral and sub-viral sized apertures, voids, holes, blisters, contaminants, stress fractures, overlapped material, formulation defects and other anomalies is critical to the product's structural and performance function.
Two voids help achieve this; a central double-height atrium that serves as the focus of the house connecting living spaces with a mezzanine work study, and more curiously a horizontal void, 770mm high, that articulates the structural division between concrete basement and timber frame; a continuously expressed interstitial datum that lies coincident with the re-entrant cutout.