Void Of Course

Science / Astrology / Void Of Course: A term describing a planet that does not make a major aspect before changing Signs. It is used primarily with respect to the Moon.

Other Words for Course

Course Adjective Synonyms: path, way, orbit, route, run, track, ambit, line, circuit, passage
Course Noun Synonyms: movement, progress, headway, advance, progression, speed

Other Words for Void

Void Verb Synonyms: space, niche, slot, opening, place, vacancy, gap, emptiness
Void Adjective Synonyms: nullify, annul, cancel, delete, disannul, declare or render null and void, invalidate, quash, vacate, discharge, abandon, disestablish, neutralize, disenact, set or put aside, rescind, reverse, abnegate, abrogate
Void Noun Synonyms: null and void, invalid, not (legally) binding, inoperative, unenforceable, ineffectual, futile, ineffective, vain, unavailing, idle,eless, pointless, bootless

Plague Of Justinian

Health / Disease / Plague Of Justinian: (541-542) The Plague of Justinian was a pandemic that afflicted the Byzantine Empire, including its capital Constantinople, in the years 541–542 AD. It has been speculated that this pandemic was cau MORE

Place Of Articulation

Entertainment / Literature / Place Of Articulation: The point in the oral cavity where the position of speech organs (lips, teeth, tongue, etc.) Is most important for a particular sound. MORE

Pie Model Of Capital Structure

Business / Finance / Pie Model Of Capital Structure: A model of the debt-equity ratio of the firms, graphically depicted in slices of a pie that represent the value of the firm in the capital markets. MORE

Picked Off

Entertainment / Football / Picked Off: Intercepted. MORE

Plant Variety Protection Act Of 1970

Business / Agriculture / Plant Variety Protection Act Of 1970: P.L. 91-577 (December 24, 1970) was enacted to provide patent-like protection for new non-hybrid seed varieties. The ultimate goal was to create an incentive for public and private research on new com MORE

Plaster Of Paris

Life Style / Painting / Plaster Of Paris: A quick setting, pure white powder, used to set bathroom wall fixtures such as towel racks or used by craft groups for pouring molds and making plaster objects. MORE