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void·ed

 (voi′dĭd)
adj. Heraldry
Having the central area cut out or left vacant, leaving an outline or narrow border: a voided lozenge.
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voided

(ˈvɔɪdɪd)
adj
1. (Heraldry) heraldry (of a design) with a hole in the centre of the same shape as the design: a voided lozenge.
2. rare having a void or made void
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void•ed

(ˈvɔɪ dɪd)

adj.
(of a heraldic charge) having the center removed so as to leave an outline.
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I want to appeal to INEC to study Ede North and Ede South to find out how illiterate people voted during September 22, 2018 governorship election without recording voided votes or they minimize voided votes.
In a uroflowmetric examination, measurements of maximum flow rate ([Q.sub.max]), voiding time (VT), voided volume (VV), PVR, flow curve (FC), and pelvic floor activities (using electromyography [EMG]) can be performed (see Figure 1).
Like other methods to minimise the amount of material used in the AEC industry, the voided slab is also suggested as a new method to reduce the environmental burden since voided section of the slab would use less concrete compared to the normal reinforced concrete slab [19-23].
It is found that during the service of heavy-haul railway tunnels, the presence of voided base has a significant influence on the displacement and velocity response of the lining structure as well as the distribution and magnitude of the principal stress on the lining.
?Voided race inquiry looms A TURF CLUB inquiry into the controversial voided race at Killarney last week could be held before the end of this week.
However, the difference was not significant for voided volume (p=0.676), or post-void residual volume (p=0.771) in either position.
FIVE of the most high-profile voided horseraces in the UK 1993 Grand National was the first and only time the race has been voided 1The 2 In 2011 at Towcester no horses finished the race.
Uroflowmetry is a noninvasive procedure to calculate the flow rate of urine and total volume voided and the time taken for it.
The 9 adults and 4 children who voided promptly showed an initial increase in ΔtHb after permission to void and a progressive rise during uroflow up to the point of peak urine flow, with a gradual decline thereafter.
* Normal bladder volume - the normal voided volume in a child can be estimated using the formula kg x 7 under the age of 2 years and age x 30 + 30 ml over the age of 2 years.
The mean daytime voided volume was statistically lower in the OAB patients (171 mL), compared with the insomnia patients (246 mL) and controls (291 mL).
Patients who initially complained of voiding more than two times per night tended to show greater improvement than those who voided twice per night.