invalidity

[ in-vuh-lid-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF invalidity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVALIDITY

The invalidity of "the principle of causality" is asserted by this author.

Here again it must be remarked that origin, does not carry validity or invalidity with it.

That is indicated by the power to set aside prejudices as soon as their invalidity is demonstrated.

Doubtless many another archaic statute is of a like invalidity did but some protestful person choose to take issue therewith.

Neither shall we be very careful to inquire into the validity or invalidity of the charges against his kinsfolk.

Aristotle had no means of shewing the invalidity of the mode A E in the First figure, except by an appeal to particular examples.

I should n't wonder if my two-year-old invalidity had been a positively charming feature to some amateurs favorably located.

"The grounds of the invalidity of English orders have never been set forth," says Mr. Ffoulkes.

The invalidity or unenforceability of any provision of this agreement shall not void the remaining provisions.

In Germany their system covers sickness, accidents, invalidity and old age, three different classes.

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