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hollow

noun bare, bereft of, carved out, clear, deprived, destitute of, devoid, devoid of, empty, lacking, short of, vacant, vacuous, void, wanting, without
Associated concepts: hollow victory
See also: chamber, deficient, empty, jejune, perfunctory, untenable, vacant, vacuous, void
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Managing Director for Economic Policy at the Center for American Progress) presents Hollowed Out: Why the Economy Doesn't Work Without a Strong Middle Class, a persuasive, accessible economic argument as to why the squeezing of America's middle class harms the nation as a whole, and how this increasingly disastrous situation can be turned around.
Noel Hollowed, 43, died after being kicked, stamped on, jumped on and hit with a hammer by his friend, John McCartney, Liverpool Crown Court heard.
John McCartney, 38, is on trial at Liverpool crown court accused of the murder of Noel Hollowed.
The main benefit of WIT in this application is that the hollowed section eliminates structural supporting ribs and trims cycle times while retaining stiffness, strength, and reducing warpage, says Roland Gradauer, sales manager at Haidlmair.
A Liverpool crown court jury heard that Noel Hollowed, 43, was kicked, stamped on and hit with a hammer in Litherland.
Andrew Edis QC, prosecuting, told the court Mr Hollowed, known as Nev, had been dealing small amounts of drugs to addicts to feed his own habit.
Cooked until tender and cut in half lengthwise, the choke can easily be hollowed out with a spoon and filled with a variety of mixtures, from luscious seafood salads to tasty cold rice concoctions to warm artichoke dips.