vacuity


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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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Robert Pinsky, another of Billington's laureate selections, has been entrenched at Boston University in full ivory-tower safety cocoon since the beginning of humanity's excess use of poetic vacuity.
Diana was left in a state of total vacuity by the pressures of this family.
It covers language in general and in an argument, examples, deductive and inductive forms, and recognizing fallacies of vagueness, ambiguity, relevance, vacuity, and reputation.
The present juncture regarding the absence of consensus on board the cabinet is unhealthy yet, this could be regarded better than political vacuity," he exclaimed.
The ritualized exchange between those spouting revolutionary jargon in broken English and those who wield state power with tactical dispassion is exposed in all its pompous vacuity when confronted with a powerful image from the hostage crisis.
Is this vacuity limited to North Tyneside or is it nationwide?
I can honestly count on one hand the number of times in my career when winning pitch ideas were used as a real campaign, such is the vacuity and pointlessness they have come to represent.
On 6 February in a plenary session, MEPs held the Commission accountable for the vacuity of the Naiades II programme the Commission presented in September 2013.
One essay, 'The Little Sisters are Watching You', relies heavily on the theory of 'The Girl', an abstract caricature of postfeminist vacuity developed by the anonymous collective Tiqqun.
Vacuity Index (V) was measured with following formula: Frequency of Occurrence (F) of the food items was calculated on the basis of presence of a particular food item in the gut of the fishes.
Corin plays the Armageddon cardsharper, roping you in while she ups the ante throughout this breakneck array--random reading recommended-and, dazzlingly, changes the Four Horsemen into the guileless kewpie dolls of American vacuity until you want to run to the keyboard and bitches brew your very own creeping-flesh apocalypse.
And it is this: the total and utter vacuity of 79 per cent of the output.
nebulosity in which there is a vacuity preceding the star.
His perspectives include a fragile and uncertain I, a labile consciousness, the pure consciousness of philosophers, impermanence and vacuity, unfinished humanity, techniques of the body and spiritual exercises, Christian anthropology, discipline of interior life, suffering and culpability, wisdoms and human sciences, metaphysics and religions, and anthropology and wisdoms.
I can only hope it's an elaborate joke on the audience, an experiment and searing comment on the vacuity of popular culture, and the final feature-length episode will consist entirely of the cast laughing cruelly into the camera.