naught


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See: nullity
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I tell you naught for your comfort, Yea, naught for your desire, Save the sky grows darker yet, And the sea rises higher'.
Join Naught at his book launch which is being offered at two locations the week the book comes out.
Roddick had a chance to get back into the match in the fourth game, when he had three break points, but all three went for naught, and Ljubicic won the game when Roddick sent a backhand return into the net.
And the manipulation and transformation of motives that one might expect from a veteran film composer went for naught here.
Of course, a clever brand name and package go for naught if the wine in the bottle doesn't meet the high standards of today's discerning super-premium wine consumers.
He thought his amazing season, the best in Royal of Simi Valley football history, had all been for naught.
Current input devices typically have only North, South, East, and West directional navigation buttons and only allow for movement in four directions at one speed or naught.
Of course, all this humanism proves for naught once the riot squad moves in.
Digital directional navigation buttons only allow us to move in four directions at one speed or naught," says Derek Kerton, Principal Analyst of the Kerton Group.
No matter how much fruit you get, it will all be for naught if you cannot keep squirrels out of your tree.
Quiksilver's two years of wasting corporate resources on abusive 'bullying' litigation against a smaller company were for naught and Kymsta will continue to provide its unique Roxywear designs to the marketplace just as it did prior to suit," said Art Periera, chief financial officer of Kymsta.