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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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Nothing, absolutely nothing to criticise - done as it should be by professionals Sammies judge "The business has adapted over the years but we continue to stay true to what we know our customers want.
The statue is for supporters of CCFC to respect but is currently being overlooked by a team that had absolutely nothing to do with Coventry while Jimmy was creating his legacy.
The school in Parkstile Lane has also been flattened, and there must be about 40 acres of land doing absolutely nothing.
Having known the Osbourne family in the '60s and '70s I was intrigued to see how the City of Birmingham was going to pay homage to someone who has done absolutely nothing to promote or help this city apart from being who he is.
Disasters are a fact of life, but no matter how vivid it all seems on television through the lens of the nightly news camera, absolutely nothing can compare to seeing it first hand.
We have absolutely nothing in our experience to relate to these accusations.
Absolutely nothing; and while absolutely nothing is what Mr Ward seeks, I, for one, would have thought that something should and still could be done to recognise his magnificent long-term contribution to the industry.
The situation is that they've done absolutely nothing.
There's absolutely nothing else like it known in the solar system," said astronomer Michael Brown, whose team at the California Institute of Technology's Palomar Observatory first observed Sedna.
The article was out of context, and says absolutely nothing about how the Palestinian leadership has failed these children over the past 30 years.
The nationalization of Ashikaga, unlike that of Resona, left shareholders in the bank with absolutely nothing.
I knew absolutely nothing about running a winery," admits the three-time business owner, who relied on her previous business acumen to create her seven-year plan, a necessity for winemakers.