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Void - Other Uses
... Void, in Accounting, of a transaction, canceled or reversed as if it never happened Void (law), something that has no legal effect Void (cards), to have no cards of a particular suit in one's hand ...
Star Craft II: Legacy Of The Void - Development
... by Heart of the Swarm, revolving around the Zerg, and finally Legacy of the Void, devoted to the Protoss ... Little to no development was going into Legacy of the Void in 2008 ... Work had started on Legacy of the Void story, scripts and missions by March 2013, as Heart of the Swarm neared release ...
Sentry (Robert Reynolds) - Powers and Abilities - Void
... claimed that for every benevolent act the Sentry performs, the Void corresponds with attempting an act of malevolence ... He was formerly unaware that the Void was a false personality, but has since been informed otherwise ... Several reasons for the existence of the Void have been given the innate division between good and evil in any nominally normal person a "mind virus" put into place by the ...
Litigation Before The Judgment In Carlill V Carbolic Smoke Ball Company - Queen's Bench - Counsels' Submissions
... Second, even if a contract existed, it should be void because of the Lottery Act, which said "wagering contracts" (gambling contracts) were unlawful and void ... contract and not a wagering contract, it still would be void because it would be an insurance contract that failed to follow the proscribed form of stating people's names ... it was not a wager contract, and therefore not void, because Thacker v Hardy said wagers are about one side winning and another losing ...
The Temporal Void
... The Temporal Void is a science fiction novel by British writer Peter F ... Hamilton, the second in his The Void Trilogy, which was released on 3 October 2008 ... The events in the book follow on from those in The Dreaming Void ...

Famous quotes containing the word void:

    Let us then suppose the Mind to be, as we say, white Paper, void of all Characters, without any Ideas; How comes it to be furnished...? To this I answer, in one word, From Experience: In that, all our Knowledge is founded; and from that it ultimately derives it self.
    John Locke (1632–1704)

    Happy the Man, who void of Cares and Strife,
    In Silken, or in Leathern Purse retains
    A Splendid Shilling: He nor hears with Pain
    New Oysters cry’d, nor sighs for chearful Ale;
    John Phillips (1676–1709)

    California is a queer place—in a way, it has turned its back on the world, and looks into the void Pacific. It is absolutely selfish, very empty, but not false, and at least, not full of false effort.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)