none

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  • None of the cast or original characters from the television series will be featured.
  • Although he had many children, none of them would ever become emperor.
  • Although the band recorded tracks for the company, none were ever released.
  • While much was shot for these projects, none of them was completed.
  • None of the music used from the 1970s version was used in this version.
  • None of these men had legal rights to the woman's child.
  • None of these are in active use beyond perhaps some individuals.
  • None of the characters, cast, or crew from the television series would be featured.
  • None of these were as successful as the original film.
  • However, little or none of the permanent collection is ever on view.
  • Without him, none of the things we know today would exist.
  • Although each of these was proposed as a standard, none of them have been widely adopted.
  • Two points are awarded for a win, one for a draw and none for a loss.
  • None of it is certain for the lack of written sources.
  • Further study has been taken with other medical drugs, but none are effective.
  • Almost none was actually ready to take off to defend the base.
  • One might expect a solution to follow from such certain language but none does.
  • During the US tour that followed its release, however, the band performed none of its songs.
  • During the 1980s, none of the then constructed buildings reached higher than the existing buildings.
  • None of these effects were specifically chosen or designed by the artist.
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Meaning of none

  • noun A canonical hour that is the ninth hour of the day counting from sunrise
  • noun A service in the roman catholic church formerly read or chanted at 3 pm (the ninth hour counting from sunrise) but now somewhat earlier
  • adverb Not at all or in no way
    seemed none too pleased with his dinner, shirt looked none the worse for having been slept in, none too prosperous, the passage is none too clear