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null

 (nŭl)
adj.
1. Having no legal force; invalid: render a contract null and void.
2. Of no consequence, effect, or value; insignificant.
3. Amounting to nothing; absent or nonexistent: a null result.
4. Mathematics Of or relating to a set having no members or to zero magnitude.
tr.v. nulled, null·ing, nulls
To make null.
n.
1. Zero; nothing.
2. An instrument reading of zero.

[French nul, from Old French, from Latin nūllus; see ne in Indo-European roots.]
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nulling

(ˈnʌlɪŋ)
n
(Architecture) architect a ridged or notched moulding or form of decoration
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Hijres, "Fast method for sidelobe nulling in a partially adaptive linear array using the elements positions," IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, vol.
Onay, "Amplitude-only pattern nulling of linear antenna arrays with the use of bees algorithm," Progress in Electromagnetics Research, vol.