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total absence of matter

a space in an otherwise solid mass

total lack of ideas, meaning, or substance

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the absence of matter

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a region that is devoid of matter

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total lack of meaning or ideas

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The problem is that episode two of Nigellissima excelled to such an extent in the vacuity stakes that I literally couldn't be bothered to engage.
It clarifies how to differentiate between internal and external, vacuity and repletion, and cold and heat to determine cause.
Also note the breathtaking vacuity of Helmke's assurance that "more guns" are not "the solution to gun violence.
Her work is entwined with the sins and suffering that idolatry spawns: the seduction of status, "originality," youth, quests for immortality, what Ecclesiastes called hevel--vanity, vacuity, breath.
The vacuity of Foucault's law is a polyvalent vacuity, an insubordinate openness, for the 'strategic reversibility' of Foucault's law consists precisely in the fact that what makes it open to appropriation and domination simultaneously makes it open to a resignification and renewal that eludes the determination of a sovereign or a given regime of power.
Based on these findings, her pattern was discriminated as liver depression-spleen vacuity with ascension of depressive heat and a simple spleen vacuity having evolved over a long time into a spleen-kidney dual vacuity.
Despite the affected coziness of their phrasing, greased with easy-to-swallow cliches, and the warm colors of the placards bearing their messages, the texts often betray a vacuity that matches the barren scenery.
In the past 20 years, the Crimson, like the College itself, has turned away from gravity and "what matters" to vacuity and the fashionable.
Yet, as in AoThe Family ManAo and other self-flagellating cautionary tales about the vacuity of fortune and fame, the viewer is meant to believe that, in spite of all this, Stone remains fundamentally unfulfilled inside.
With that rekindled interest, more will come both to acknowledge the intellectual vacuity of atheism, new or otherwise, and to affirm that "deepest truth about the world" which is the crowning pinnacle of human rational activity: God exists (p.
The 12 papers presented discuss compilation of certificates; formal foundations of computer security; building a software model checker; automatic refinement and vacuity detection in symbolic trajectory evaluation; automated and interactive theorem proving; correctness of effect-based program transformations; abstract and concrete models for recursion; secrecy analysis in protocol composition logic; the engineering challenges of trustworthy computing; reflecting quantifier elimination for linear arithmetic; content in proofs of list reversal; and proof theory, large functions, and combinatorics.
Operation Vacuity, launched by North Flintshire Neighbourhood Policing Team, has introduced high visibility patrols a to catch bikers.
Drawing inspiration from recent studies which have explored the deceptiveness of theatrical representation, such as Michael O'Connell's The Idolatrous Eye, Parker argues that "the figure of Antichrist encouraged premodern believers to see Christian transcendence as itself an effect of artistic representation, more stunning in proportion to the representation's actual vacuity.
Each has been shown the vacuity and worthlessness of their previous lives.
And compilations aside, pop music may also be a sign of vacuity for music snobs.