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nothing

(Void), noun blank, clean slate, emptiness, empty feeling, empty space, inanity, nothingness, vacuity, vacuum
Associated concepts: nothing but the truth, nothing to hide

nothing

(Zero), noun naught, nil, none, not one iota, nothing at all, nothing whatever
See also: blank, nonentity, nullity
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In 2010, Shwetz and Tripp tapped Nothing Bundt Cakes franchisee and restaurant-industry veteran Craig Moore to lead the company in an aggressive growth effort.
The woman does nothing as long as he provides for the family.
2001 Nothing could have prepared him for his role in the most controversial television drama of the year, where he plays a convicted paedophile placed back into the community and struggling to control his vile urges.
And the report says nothing about the need for our increasingly cowardly populace to "man up" in their neighborhoods.
Reflection, contemplation, and just plain sitting are not valued exercises, since I have nothing to show for myself at the end of such time.
Thus, wealth brings the rich nothing but woe because wealth and possessions stand in the way of a person's full access to the reign of God.
There is nothing here on the revolution in dress, in table manners, in the forms of courtesy, nothing on fashion and its powerful impact on contemporary minds and habits.
African Americans gained next to nothing in the most recent mid-term elections.
It presents the possibility of proving gender to be nothing more than something abstract and conceptual.
We will consider these one at a time below, but before we do, the good news is that, if you have no symptoms of illness, the probability is high that there is nothing seriously wrong with you--and this is true without your ever getting a whole-body CT screening exam.
Piles of bricks are too eye-catching; blank canvases much too self-assertive; what is required is nothing short of nothing at all.
First, the litigation between LRP and Law Bulletin has nothing to do with whether 'there is a line where enough additional editorial effort has been applied to the underlying information to make the final product eligible for copyright protection.