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Researchers could only conjecture about why that might be the case, because the null ritual forced them to assume that there is no effect.

If you’re a crypto advertiser, your existing certification will soon be null.

To me the null hypothesis is that that natural barefoot or minimal shoe is probably healthier than a more conventional shoe unless you can prove otherwise.

To test that, we also should consider a null hypothesis — one that states there’s no effect of a tea cozy.

If an fMRI study ends up with a null or lackluster result, you can’t always go back and run another version of the study.

“A suspended sentence becomes null and void after a certain period of time,” Rofugaran said.

Because all of the Rescued Film Project images are scanned to digital, the necessity of a darkroom is null.

All this means the Constitutional Court could declare election results null and void.

Thus, a law that is unjust is morally null and void, and must be defied until it is legally null and void as well.

Journals aren't interested in null results or "yup, we replicated that other study"; they want new studies with new findings.

It also declared the acts of any partnership into which such spiritual person had been introduced to be null and void.

Everything which the revolutionary party had done since August 18,1789, was declared null and void.

In either case, according to the learned Dr. Sicklewit, the ceremony is utterly null and void of effect.

He had alleged that she was a woman of no character, and he had further alleged that their marriage was null and void.

There is no qualification that if we do not deem them legal we can treat them as null and void.


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to null, such as: ineffective, inoperative, invalid, unreal, worthless, and bad.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.