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void

1. not legally binding
2. (of a card suit or player) having no cards in a particular suit
3. a lack of any cards in one suit

void

See large-scale structure.

void

[vȯid]
(computer science)
In optical character recognition, an island of insufficiently inked paper within the area of the intended character stroke.
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All Gurus of the four major Tibetan traditions of Buddhism have agreed that Guru-devotion is vital for the realisation of Voidness.
While Dharmakirti finally espouses a broadly Yogacarin view--a view according to which all dharmas are no more than representation or ideation (vijnaptimatra)--Kamalasila, by contrast, favors a Madhyamika position that emphasizes voidness or emptiness (sunyata).
doctrines of voidness for illegality or violation of public policy.
As soon as one's mind is known to be of the Wisdom of the Voidness, concepts like good and evil karma cease to exist" (Evans-Wentz 237-38).
Noah Feldman, The Voidness of Relougnant Statutes: Another
At oral argument, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor noted that voidness is a question of public policy, and voidability usually is a question about the parties' intentions.
Similarly, biology and our very existence stands on the shoulders of the solar physics that created matter, and therefore, the planets that give us the notion of space and time instead of voidness or emptiness.
Specifically, these courts have adopted clear-statement rules that have interpreted declarations of invalidity or voidness to apply only to locally celebrated marriages unless the legislature has made explicit its desire to extend those declarations to valid marriages from other jurisdictions.
the aim of the Tantric Vajrayana adept [is] to become conscious of the identity between Vajra-sattva [the undualized fusion of voidness and compassion, or Nirvana] [.
At the point where absorption and insight precisely balance each other, allowing the full discernment of the voidness of self, the meditator is able to move beyond all residues of the ideal, beyond the last vestiges of narcissism, and into the experience of enlightenment.
Article 81(1) EC prohibits anticompetitive agreements and concerted practices with direct effect; article 81(2) establishes the voidness, ab initio, of such agreements; and article 81(3) permits the prohibition in article 81(1) "to be declared inapplicable" where certain conditions of fairness and efficiency are met.
Lama Norbu's presentation will include the original condition of the human mind; how to develop loving kindness and compassion; how to reduce anger; and realization of the perception of voidness.