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1. Maths Logic (of a set or class) containing no members
2. Philosophy Logic (of a name or description) having no reference

empty

[′em·tē]
(ordnance)
In ammunition nomenclature, indicating that the munition does not contain a payload, but is designed to contain one at the time of final use.
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These experiences clearly illustrate that professional sports owners - specially baseball owners - who threaten to move their teams are making the emptiest of threats - because they themselves have limited options.
It may also be the world's emptiest building: Only three companies have signed up to rent space in the Jin Mao (which means "Golden Prosperity").
Particular ironies are evident when figures from the demimonde show themselves to be trapped in and by the emptiest possible bourgeois turns of phrase.
In the that works of the Belgrade writer Milovan Danojlic, the Sarajevo writer Alija Isakovic, or the Belgrade poet Aleksandar Ristovic (a pupil of both Matic and Popa), the category of alterity is raised to an epistemological and structural dominant and embodied in the emptiest word in the language, which elsewhere has been called the only pure noun.
There's no better example of this neglect than the law that has become one of the emptiest slogans in the history of politics - No Child Left Behind.
2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Valentine's Day, the most romantic day of the year, can be the emptiest for many without that special someone.
It also reconditions and adds shine to blondes and brunettes adding glamour to even the emptiest of pockets.
The mammoth expedition included a journey through the Dakhla Oasis - Egypt's emptiest road - an exhausting camel ride across the Abu Ballas trail before settling at a geographical confluence point never before visited by man.
Prescott has nothing to do now that he's surrendered the emptiest portfolio in the history of politics, Deputy Prime Minister.
OF ALL OF HIROSHI SUGIMOTO'S photographs, some 120 of which were recently on view in a retrospective at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC, I like best the blankest and emptiest of them, the seascapes and the movie screens.
In her two years selling and making her necklaces on the boardwalk, this is the emptiest she's ever seen it.