from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An empty class, corresponding to a condition satisfied by no entity in the universe.
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I know null-set about weapon fighting either way, but if someone makes a boffer Halligan, I promise to give it a try at the next con I attend.
Calvin Johnson would argue that the Court has interpreted the meaning of "direct" so narrowly that it is a null-set.
Nothing, nada, nil, the null-set - it is a slow news day.
Romney said that the question as to whether Bush had been wise to invade Iraq was a "null-set" and non-sequitur "inasmuch as Bush was forced to invade because SADDAM HUSSEIN REFUSED TO ALLOW THE IAEA WEAPONS INSPECTORS INTO IRAQ!!!
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