(1) All those applications were made nugatory by the respondents and we claim that the child was taken out of Australia unlawfully because there was no specific order.(2) In principle, similarly, a testator should not be permitted to render his dependants' statutory rights nugatory by covenants to make bequests by will.(3) No paternalistic corporatism for us - instead the bracing reality of a private pension scheme hitched to a declining equity market and a nugatory state pension.(4) In the present case, I find that the attendance of the applicant at the Trustee's solicitors' offices to inspect documents on the two-day period in December, 2002, was rendered nugatory .(5) No one makes you feel more like the nugatory little ninny that you are than a disciple of Concordia women's studies, class of '86.(6) The diverse problems of succession and authority which face the brothers, the audience, and the poet reflect upon one other throughout, and this self-awareness renders nugatory the traditional criticism of Statius as derivative.(7) The principle does not involve in my opinion that it is part of the judicial function to treat as nugatory any step whatever which a taxpayer may take with a view to the avoidance or mitigation of tax.(8) Since it would normally suffer no loss or damage as a result of corruption, there was now no incentive for an exporter to comply with the anti-corruption procedures, which were thereby rendered nugatory .(9) There should be little doubt that these men personally believed much of the racist arguments they delivered, but it may be overstating the case somewhat to suggest that all other concerns were nugatory .(10) Moreover, non-ratification of the Convention by any of the range states of some of the species listed on Appendix I means that the Convention's provisions for their protection are nugatory .(11) I also remind myself that in Burgundy Royale it was pointed out that special circumstances may arise where a subject matter of the proposed appeal will be lost without a stay, resulting in a nugatory appeal.(12) As I say, unlike the rest of the bill, which is the Government's alleged response to the Ngati Apa case, this aspect of it would simply have had a nugatory effect without the Supplementary Order Paper.(13) In fact, of course, the amount of government money used to fund such marginal causes is nugatory ; but fantasy requires only the smallest provocation, and has little use for reality.(14) I have also had people tell me personally that this is both a turn off and makes sensation nugatory , in a way that was designed to elicit shame.(15) No one could get a Resource Management Act consent if I had an existing use to do something that would be rendered nugatory by that Resource Management Act consent.(16) So, while Hollingworth's rebuttal is mentioned on his website and remains in the vestiges of cyberspace for those willing to peruse it, there is something nugatory about it.