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omission

[ōmish′ən]
Etymology: L, omittere, to neglect
(in law) intentional or unintentional neglect to fulfill a duty required by law.

o·mis·sion

(ō-mish'ŭn)
Pharmacy Drug error in which the requisite dose is erroneously missed.
See also: improper dose quantity

o·mis·sion

(ō-mish'ŭn)
Pharmacy drug error in which requisite dose is wrongly missed.

omission,

n in speech, a phoneme left out at a place where it should occur.
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Question Three Was there any error or omission in policing on the day of the match which caused or contributed to a dangerous situation developing at the Leppings Lane turnstiles?
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That unlawful acts or omissions applicable to a candidate shall take effect upon the start of the campaign period.
6 includes a materiality exception, Circular 230 does not provide an explicit exception for immaterial or insignificant errors or omissions.
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Strategies to address those omissions can then be developed.
What we have seen historically, there aren't more errors and omissions," Sally said.
The best defense to protect against malpractice claims is to implement proper risk management practices, stay abreast of legal developments, and purchase errors and omissions coverage.
The "more" that Lehrer alluded to was a somewhat troubling omission.
As in life, the 50 books that were selected were a few men's opinions which people would agree or disagree with, but I do feel there were some serious omissions.
However, this omission reveals more about the nascent state of the literature on children in the region than any oversight on the part of the editor or contributors.
Resulting from dishonest, fraudulent, criminal or malicious acts or omissions by you;