“The practical implication of the letter is nil,” Rodriguez writes.
They may be nil, they may be enormous, or (more likely) they may fall somewhere in between.
USA had four points (three for a win over Ghana, one for the draw with Portugal, nil for Thursday's defeat).
They knew that as much as they tried to make up for it with brute force, their cultural power was nil.
The chances of even the most “conscious” rap creating a return to the Great Society were nil.
It will be noticed by the most careless reader that the evidence is nil.
At Dover the dock-people had generously charged me “nil” for dues.
nil desperandum is the watch-word which flashes down the ranks of our men, even in the tightest corners.
Also, I discovered that their morality, where business was concerned, was nil.
We sat down to breakfast together, although, as he could speak no English and I could speak no Dutch, the conversation was nil.