Void

The undesirable absence of ink or toner in a bar

void

The process of removing an item after an order is rung on a register.
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void

[adj] - containing nothing 2. [n] - an empty area or space 3. [v] - clear (a room, house, place) of occupants or empty or clear (a place, receptacle, etc.) of something
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Void

In Vutrax, the name assigned to a rectangular 'Keep out' area used during Automatic Placement or Automatic Routing
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void

to urinate; to empty the bladder.
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Void

A space in a floor, wall or ceiling for running cables and pipes e.g. Floor void, ceiling void. Also a term on architectural plans indicating an area where there is no floor, e.g. in an atrium or roof space.
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Void

A gas entrapment in a solder joint.
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void

The absence of material in a localised area.
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Void

Any pockets of enclosed gas or air within a composite.
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Void

Void: To urinate. Just as we can void a check and empty it of value, so can we void our bladder and empty it of urine.
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Void

a void contract is one that cannot be performed or completed at all. A void contract is void from the beginning (ab initio
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Void

A cardboard rectangular box that is installed between the earth (between caissons) and the concrete foundation wall. Used when expansive soils are present.
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Void

Void adjective [ Middle English voide , Old French voit , voide , vuit , vuide , French vide , from (assumed) Late Latin vocitus , from Latin vocare , an old form of vacare to be empty, or a kindred word. Confer Vacant , Avo...
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Void

Void noun An empty space; a vacuum. « Pride, where wit fails, steps in to our defense, And fills up all the mighty void of sense.» Pope.
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Void

Void transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Voided ; present participle & verbal noun Voiding .] [ Old French voidier , vuidier . See Void , adjective ] 1. To remove the conte...
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Void

Void intransitive verb To be emitted or evacuated. Wiseman.
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void

1. Containing nothing; empty; vacant; not occupied; not filled. 'The earth was without form, and void.' (Gen. I. 2) 'I 'll get me to a place more void.' (Shak) 'I 'll chain him in my study, that, at void hours, I may run over the story of his country.' (Massinger) ... 2. Having no incumbent; unoccupied; said of offices and the like. 'Divers great o...
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void

adjective containing nothing; `the earth was without form, and void`
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void

(void) excrete.
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Void

• (a.) Having no incumbent; unoccupied; -- said of offices and the like. • (a.) Not producing any effect; ineffectual; vain. • (a.) Of no legal force or effect, incapable of confirmation or ratification; null. Cf. Voidable, 2. • (a.) Being without; destitute; free; wanting; devoid; as, void of learning, or of common use. • ...
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void

(from the article `Cosmos`) ...carried out such a program, some in fairly restricted areas of the sky and others over larger regions but to shallower depths. A primary finding ...
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void

(from the article `atomism`) ...unchanged. Thus Democritus arrived at a position that was defined above as atomism in the strict sense. In order to make the motion of atoms ... ...it saw, for example, hardly any difference between the systems of Gassendi and Descartes, although the latter explicitly rejected some of the ... ...( 460&...
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void

void 1. An empty area or space. 2. The state of nonexistence. 3. To clear (a room, house, place) of occupants or to empty or to clear (a place, receptacle, etc.) of something. 4. To take away a legal force of or to render ineffective; to declare invalid: 'The trial was declared null and void.' 5. To excrete or discharge from the body. 6. To th...
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VoiD

The Vocabulary of Interlinked Datasets (voiD) is an RDF vocabulary, and a set of instructions, that enables the discovery and usage of linked data sets. A linked dataset is a collection of data, published and maintained by a single provider, available as RDF on the Web, where at least some of the resources in the dataset are identified by derefere...
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Void

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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