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NAKED. This word is used in a metaphorical sense to denote that a thing is not complete, and for want of some quality it is either without power, or it possesses a limited power. A naked contract, is one made without consideration, and, for that reason, it is void; a naked authority, is one given without any right in the agent, and wholly for the benefit of the principal. 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 1302. See Nudum Pactum.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Fuhrmann's treatment of the ghostly desires that manifest themselves in Nang Nak to some degree overlook the raw physicality of this female phi as imagined beyond doctrinal or vernacular Buddhist belief, in the animistic, supernatural realm of the Thai subaltern.
However, if node F receives the data with errors, it replies with NAK to transmitter node C at T = [t.sub.0] + 0.8D (Figure 3(d)).
This anecdote, repeated so often that it became burnished as a local truth, aims to make a point about nak leng as part of the social fabric.
[27] These films and the many renditions of the Mae Nak story are also important for what they tell us about Thai Buddhism in general.
Last year Anthony Nak targeted the award shows for the first time.
"Dumping NaK in a water-filled shaft is an act of gross stupidity."
'Napaka honest mung bata kaya proud ako sayo nak (You are very honest, and I'm proud of you, child),' the netizen told Barretto as if she was her own child.
'Gelak saya baca konon nak ganti kan all these Immigrants cooks with Malaysian cooks!
Seng Nak, The Post's IT manager, said: 'We have double-checked our whole system and there is nothing wrong with it.
Nak welcomed the chief guest, Adel Abdurrahman Bakhsh, deputy director general, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Makkah region) and director of protocol department, diplomats, elite guests, members of the community and journalists on the occasion.