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With the second statement now also looking nugatory, you have to wonder if Elliott is the force behind these moves, as it appears to be, and if so, what changes might be next on its agenda.
Instead of abrogating the treaties, they aimed, by evasions and restrictions, to render nugatory many of their stipulations.
We, of course, know that by Gneisenau's move this apparent success was rendered nugatory.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
The rest had reckoned with so much certainty upon him that his unexpected defection rendered the whole meeting nugatory.
I strove to give a slower motion to my thoughts, and to regulate a confusion which became painful; but my efforts were nugatory.
WIELAND; OR THE TRANSFORMATIONCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
Two pounds and two pounds will make four pounds whatever a pound may be; but till I know what it is, the result is nugatory.
That they ought to be so, sounds well enough; but this proposition is of the same nugatory nature with some of the former.
For practical purposes this part of the law was rendered absolutely nugatory.
Thus were the great efforts of the three preceding days rendered fruitless and nugatory.
It is therefore apparent, that this measure, considered as a coercive measure against France, is nugatory in the extreme.

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