from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of null.
- adj. Turned so as to resemble nulled work.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Turned so as to resemble nulls.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Thrust vector control closes the acceleration and rate loops within the outer attitude loops to generate body axis attitude error rates, which eventually are nulled out by the main engines and SRBs.
If he had, they should be nulled and he should be fired.
You just now nulled everything you have said about religion by saying you were not religeous.
So, Victoria, what proof do you have that I did ANYTHING that warranted having my contract nulled and voided?
In a moment he had nulled them without alerting their malfunction alarms.
"Teeth and claws be nulled; their action seems real, but the victim suffers mere loss o 'function, not o' limb or life, and after the siege be done, all victims recover without fur - ther effect."
"I have nulled your shorting mechanism," she said, tens - ing and relaxing a buttock.
Thomas search links don't work because the search gets nulled out.
He made a deal with the devil which nulled his marriage, then he went and unmasked himself.
Why are we willing to give these vile humans the rights we nulled back in the (legal!) protests?
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