voidance


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Synonyms for voidance

the act of removing the contents of something

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because Customs' rejection of Plaintiff's voidance request
By contrast, in the presence of configuration associations, continued training with the unreversed discrimination during the reversal stages would lead to interference with the development of an approach response to the new positive lever and of an a voidance response to the negative lever of the reversed discrimination.
15) Thus, it was individual freedom or liberty, protected by the Fourteenth Amendment, that served as the vehicle during the first three decades of the past century for the constitutional voidance of scores of legislative attempts by both states and Congress to ameliorate the harshness of markets in times of severe economic distress.
Young unmarried people are expected to feel a certain degree of taumayamaya in each other's presence, and a failure to show any signs of it -- reticence on the boys' part, a voidance of eye contact on the girls', for example -- is invariably a source of gossip.
This could expose the owners and property managers to potential voidance of insurance coverage, not to mention costly, protracted litigation involving multiple parties.
The plaintiff then filed a voidance request with Customs, which
voidance request, the Court found that the voidance request had not
Customs' rejection of the plaintiff s voidance request under the
Customs' decision on the voidance request constituted
Customs' rejection of the plaintiffs voidance request was committed
then protested the rejection of the voidance request.
Customs' rejection of its voidance request but more than 180 days
the motion hinged on whether Sears Holdings' voidance request
dispatched this theory because the rejection of a voidance request is
non-protestable, the denial of a voidance request "is unreviewable