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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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We found that voiding is not as dependent on paste coverage area percentage as it is on the design of the apertures.
A boxplot of voiding data for the non-oxidized SnPb substrates for both fluxes is shown in FIGURE 6.
Patients may present with retention, other voiding (obstructive) symptoms, or storage (irritative) symptoms (e.
The investigators analyzed Washington State hospital discharge data from 1987 to 1996 for 9,931 women who gave birth to singleton infants, including 1,951 diagnosed with voiding dysfunction and 7,980 controls.
There are a number of studies examining the effects of different voiding positions on uroflowmetric parameters.
A low voiding paste can repeatedly produce voids of 4% or less as measured by transmission z-ray, so it is safe to assume that up to 5% of total voiding in a solder joint is contributed by the paste.
The men in the study all complained of voiding twice or more each night despite previous treatment with [[alpha].
Just the opposite result can occur; without enough fluid, the bladder can become irritated, and low-volume voiding can occur.
For example, critically ill patients who have undergone surgery or trauma may develop acute urinary retention; normal voiding should return as they heal.
No technical difficulties were encountered, and all subjects were able to be ambulant, except during the voiding segment of the protocol.
Specifically, the elevated level of voiding in the solder joints on the 54-pin memory components was identified as a potential contributor to failures.
Concerns have been raised that Pb-free solder joints show higher overall levels of voiding than corresponding SnPb joints.