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adj. referring to a statute, contract, ruling or anything which i...
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To urinate. The term void is also sometimes used to indicate the elimination of solid waste
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A rectangular cardboard box that is installed between the earth (between caissons) and a concrete foundation wall in the presence of expansive soils.
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A Java(TM) programming language keyword used in method declarations to specify that the method does not return any value. "void" can also be used as a nonfunctional statement.
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A contract, agreement, document, etc., which is no longer valid or legal.
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A void nullifies a transaction that has been recorded for settlement, but has not yet been settled. This removes the transaction from the batch of transactions to be settled.
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1 a situation in which something important that is usually present is no longer therefill the void: It will be difficult to fill the void left by his departure.Synonyms and related words Somethin [..]
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Without legal effect; unenforceable. A number of actions on the part of the insured can render coverage under an insurance policy void.
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c. 1300, "unoccupied, vacant," from Anglo-French and Old French voide, viude "empty, vast, wide, hollow, waste, uncultivated, fallow," as a noun, "opening, hole; loss," f [..]
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1610s, "unfilled space, gap," from void (adj.). Meaning "absolute empty space, vacuum" is from 1727.
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"to clear" (some place, of something), c. 1300, from Anglo-French voider, Old French vuider "to empty, drain; to abandon, evacuate," from voide (see void (adj.)); meaning "to [..]
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Having no legal force or effect. Unenforceable.
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A void cancels a transaction that has been recorded for settlement, but has not yet been settled.
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A general term for pore space or other reopenings in rock. In addition to pore space, the term includes vesicles, solution cavities, or any openings either primary or secondary.
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In a nuclear power reactor, an area of lower density in a moderating system (such as steam bubbles in water) that allows more neutron leakage than does the more dense material around it.
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A Java keyword used in method declarations to specify that the method does not return any value. void can also be used as a nonfunctional statement.
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Status of a statute, contract, or ruling that is determined to be invalid and unenforceable. (See also: voidable)
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invalidate: declare invalid; "The contract was annulled"; "void a plea" null: lacking any legal or binding force; "null and void&am [..]
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kholel
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To empty the bladder in order to obtain a urine sample for testing.
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1 : of no force or effect under law [a marriage] 2 : voidable void·ness n
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A void is a way to terminate a transaction and nullify it. It will no longer be settled and will be removed.
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The process of removing an item after an order is rung on a register.
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A shrinkage cavity produced in casting during solidification.
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  A document which has been canceled or spoiled.
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The reversal of an approved transaction, which has been authorized but not settled. Settled transactions require processing of a credit in order to be reversed. A void does not remove any hold on the [..]
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 – A bare uncoated area on either the adhesive or release-coated side of the tape. (Back To Top)
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See Core Gap. Back to Top
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to urinate; to empty the bladder.
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Void refers to something which is null and of no effect, such as a a statute, contract, or ruling. A law or judgment found by an appeals court to be unconstitutional is void, a rescinded contract is v [..]
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A keyword used in Java to indicate a method does not return a value. It is not used to indicate a method requires no parameters. Constructors don’t use the void keyword even though they don’t retu [..]
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(n) the state of nonexistence(n) an empty area or space(v) declare invalid(v) clear (a room, house, place) of occupants or empty or clear (a place or receptacle) of something(v) take away the leg [..]
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To empty the bladder in order to obtain a urine sample for testing.
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Cardboard rectangular boxes that are installed between the earth (between caissons) and the concrete foundation wall. Used when expansive soils are present.
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Definition: To empty the bladder (urinate) or the bowels (defecate).
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A term used to describe a policy contract that is free of all legal effect.
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 A policy contract that for some reason specified in the policy becomes free of all legal effect. One example under which a policy could be voided is when information a policyholder provided is prove [..]
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adj. nulo; v. anular
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A lack of a suit in a player's hand.
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1) Invalid, not legally binding.
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An empty area or open space.
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A policy contract that for some reason specified in the policy becomes free of all legal effect. One example under which a policy could be voided is when information a policyholder provided is proven [..]
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  An empty tank.  
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an empty space inside the hull, present for protection and for control of list and trim.
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A policy contract that for some reason specified in the policy becomes free of all legal effect. One example under which a policy could be voided is when information a policyholder provided is proven [..]
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A policy contract that for some reason specified in the policy becomes free of all legal effect. One example under which a policy could be voided is when information a policyholder provided is proven [..]
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Considered to have no legal force or effect. An insurer may avoid an insurance contract from its inception (termed ‘ab initio’) should it discover evidence of pre-contractual fraudulent non-disclo [..]
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A policy contract that for some reason specified in the policy becomes free of all legal effect. One example under which a policy could be voided is when information a policyholder provided is proven [..]
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A term used to describe a policy contract that is completely free of all legal effect.
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In plywood, places where knots fell out in a veneer creating a hole in that place.
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An emptiness or absence of a substance. For example, an area of coated film that is not coated.
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A pore or open space in rock, soil, or other granular material, not occupied by solid matter. The pore or open space may be occupied by air, water, or other gaseous or liquid material. Also called an [..]
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Of no legal effect.
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A legal agreement , or even a law itself, which is deemed to be no longer in existence. A contract might be “voidable” if one or both parties is able to cancel it.
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adj. referring to a statute, contract, ruling or anything which is null and of no effect. A law or judgment found by an appeals court to be unconstitutional is void, a rescinded (mutually cancelled) c [..]
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A C++ keyword used in place of the return type to indicate that a function does not have a return value, and also used in place of the referent type when declaring pointers to objects of unspecified t [..]
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return type specifier in a function
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a keyword used to indicate an absence of information. TC++PL 4.1.1, 4.7.
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pointer to void; that is, a pointer to an object of unknown type; also called pointer to raw memory. A void* cannot be used or assigned without a cast. TC++PL 5.6, D&E 11.2.1, 11.2.3.
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No cards in a suit, whether the hand originally held none or became void from playing all the cards in that suit. “Chicane” is a much older term. “Blank” is a synonym once in use.
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a holding of zero cards in a suit
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A holding of zero cards in a suit.
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 A malign force that seeks to bring the world to nothingness.
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No cards in a  suit.
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An empty space; not valid, cancelled, revoked.
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A correction transaction used by a merchant. There is only a small period of time in which a purchase can be canceled. Voids are typically handled by issuing credit to the consumer's account.
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the pore space or other openings in rock. The openings can be very small to cave size and are filled with water below the water table.
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A ticket returned within the same calendar week it was issued but prior
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Gaps within solder joints that can cause uneven distribution of current and/or heat and can cause cracks.
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The act of canceling a purchase. There is only a small period of time in which a purchase can be canceled. Voids are typically handled by issuing credit to the consumer's account.
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Having no legal force or binding effect.
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Your policy will be void if you breach your duty of disclosure. See: Duty of disclosure
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Transactions of this type are used to cancel original charge transactions that have not yet been submitted for batch settlement. For this type of transaction, the merchant must submit the transaction [..]
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A policy contract that for some reason specified in the policy becomes free of all legal effect. One example under which a policy could be voided is when information a policyholder provided is proven [..]
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To remove an item from or to discard a saved check.
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Voiding is a one step process for cancelling a transaction and optionally undoing the effects of that transaction.
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The process of canceling a pre-authorised transaction (voiding).
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Void may refer to:
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In card games, to be void in a suit of cards is to not have cards of that suit in one's hand. This is useful in games such as bridge. For instance, one player can lead with the suit in which his partn [..]
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VOID (Video Overview in Deceleration) is a 5.1 surround sound DVD by The Flaming Lips released on August 23, 2005. It contains new commentary by the band and nineteen music videos made by the band thr [..]
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Void was a major science fiction fanzine. It was started in the 1950s by Gregory Benford and his identical twin brother Jim Benford, when they were living in Germany; then later co-edited by Gregory B [..]
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Void is a fictional comic book character in the Wildstorm Universe.
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Void may refer to:
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Void was an American hardcore punk band formed in Columbia, Maryland, in 1980. The group was a pioneering force in the thriving D.C. Hardcore scene in Washington D. C. during the early 1980s, successf [..]
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In law, void means of no legal effect. An action, document or transaction which is void is of no legal effect whatsoever: an absolute nullity — the law treats it as if it had never existed or happen [..]
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Void is the debut full-length studio album by the American post-metal band Intronaut. It was released on August 23, 2006 in the USA through the Goodfellow Records.
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Void may refer to:
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Cosmic voids are vast spaces between filaments (the largest-scale structures in the Universe), which contain very few or no galaxies. Voids typically have a diameter of 10 to 100 megaparsecs; particul [..]
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VOID is the fifth studio album by the punk rock band Vanna. It was released in 2014 on Pure Noise Records. The album was the band's first release on the record company. It marks a change to their soun [..]
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A void is a pore that remains unoccupied in a composite material. A void is typically the result of an imperfection from the processing of the material and is generally deemed undesirable. Because a v [..]
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Void (Arabic: وينن‎‎) is a 2013 Lebanese drama film written by Georges Khabbaz and directed by seven different directors, who are all graduates from Notre Dame University. The film was selecte [..]
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Void is the sophomore EP by the metalcore band, Destroy the Runner. This is the first release from the band in 8 years. The album will be released through digital and vinyl.
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