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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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Before I'm accused of seeing everything through scarlet spectacles, I also cannot understand the omission of Dan Baker or Dan Evans.
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5 When the order was given to open the exit gates at the Leppings Lane end of the stadium, was there any error or omission by the commanding officers in the control box which caused or contributed to the crush on the terrace?
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If the error or omission may subject the client to allegations of fraud or other criminal misconduct, paragraph 11 of SSTS No.
Type 1 negligent omissions are ones in which the length of time between the agent's last awareness of his obligation and the time of the expected fulfillment is so negligible (in Barnwell's example a mere five minutes) that the agent could be "reasonably expected" to keep the obligation "continuously in mind"; Type 2 are those negligent omissions wherein the length of time between the agent's last awareness of his obligation and the time of expected fulfillment is too long to expect the agent to keep the obligation continuously in mind, yet not long enough (and without sufficiently serious circumstances) for the agent to take "extra precautions"--here, Barnwell's example is someone's promising at 4:30 to pick up another person from the airport at 7:00.
A substantial omission of gross income--defined as exceeding 25% of reported gross income--extends the period to six years.
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This indemnification obligation shall continue beyond the term of this Agreement as to any acts or omissions occurring under this Agreement or any extension of this Agreement.
In the debate over the actions and omissions of the German Catholic Church in regard to the suffering of the Jews during the Nazi era, some have issued blanket indictments that twist the historical record.
Tales of the Tur f - Captain X (1940) It was also beyond comprehension that John FairfaxBlakeborough received no mention - a serious omission of one of the great Turf historians.