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nullity

[′nəl·əd·ē]
(mathematics)
The dimension of the null space of a linear transformation.
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Papantoniou, Contact metric manifolds satisfying a nullity condition, Israel J.
His statement has marginalized the operation ZarBeAzb to nullity. Statement given by foreign office is not sufficient.
If a BAPT is a nullity, its owner would be regarded as the shareholder.
Arriving at moral certainty regarding the nullity of a marriage is an immensely complicated process.
The nullity of a signed graph [GAMMA](G) is defined as the multiplicity of the eigenvalue zero in the spectrum of A([GAMMA](G)), and is denoted by [eta]([GAMMA](G)).
The president condemned the said Earl of Durham in the costs incurred and to be incurred on behalf of the said respondent of this cause." At the time, divorce, nullity and separation cases were very expensive, making cases relatively rare with only 1,200 applications made each year.
Hetal ( name changed), who left Kansas with a minor daughter after a Johnson County district court order against her, kicked off a parallel litigation in India by moving a family court in Bandra seeking a declaration that the US court judgment was a nullity as it did not recognise the Hindu Marriage Act, which governed the relationship between the couple who were married back home according to Hindu rites.
Despite recognising the parents' love for their daughter, the judge ruled for a nullity application to be issued.
"If she did get married without her dad's permission, it would be a legal nullity, as in null and void - as in an illegal marriage."
Kuwait's permanent representative to the UN, Mansour Ayyad Al-Otaibi, underlined in a speech before the Security Council the nullity of the Israeli procedures that aim at changing the legal, material and demographic situation in the occupied territories, which constitutes a violation of law and UN Charter.
These judgments were subsequently appealed by Medisoft and the Belgian firm also filed nullity proceedings against the three Aerocrine patents in Germany.
Clive Nield ruled that the notices issued by the council were 'a nullity in law', but said the authority had acted reasonably in taking enforcement action and therefore awarded no costs.