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1. The condition of not existing.
2. Something that does not exist.
non fires in Ainsdale put people's lives at risk.
Alan Jeffrey Spencer got repeatedly drunk making calls costing more than pounds 35,000.
He also harassed his neighbours by having mercy crews sent to their homes in the early hours.
Spencer, of Woodvale Road, Ainsdale, accepted a three-year Asbo at South Sefton magistrates' court in Bootle.
Deputy district judge Jeffrey Brailsford heard that Spencer, 46, had been drunk each time the calls were made between September, 2005, and June, 2006.
Janet Jackson, solicitor for Sefton council, said: "The effect of the repeated hoax calls was that vital resources were deployed and wasted."
Spencer was warned if he continues to behave that way he could be jailed for five years. He accepted the order without prejudice Without any loss or waiver of rights or privileges.
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He was bailed until April 10.