without contents

See: empty, void
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In the first case, if inevitability were possible without freedom we should have reached a definition of inevitability by the laws of inevitability itself, that is, a mere form without content.
Inevitability without content is man's reason in its three forms.
On the other hand, in seeing or hearing it would be less misleading to say that you have object without content, since what you see or hear is actually part of the physical world, though not matter in the sense of physics.
Fasting increased stomach mass and stomach without contents mass significantly, and which returned to the control level after re-feeding.
The Famagusta priority is not a slogan, nor a figure of speech without contents.
It emerged that of the 2,800 households affected, 15% were without buildings insurance and 40% were without contents insurance.
So many people go without contents insurance, or have insufficient cover, and we wanted to highlight the issue, while giving people the chance to have a unique experience.
Without contents, a person will not be able to maintain a normal standard of living.
3 m) in diameter and each weigh just over 55 tons without contents.
It is equally foolish to go without contents insurance.
People's homes were central to their concerns, with 19 per cent saying a mortgage was their most important financial product, and 11 per cent saying they could not manage without contents insurance.
It can look beautiful from the outside but without contents it is nothing.