omission


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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.
References in classic literature ?
All that need be remarked on the power to coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin, is, that by providing for this last case, the Constitution has supplied a material omission in the articles of Confederation.
Nevertheless, there are a few omissions which I should be glad to see supplied.
The pure air, and the long summer hours in the open, gave back life and elasticity to Mattie, and Zeena, with more leisure to devote to her complex ailments, grew less watchful of the girl's omissions; so that Ethan, struggling on under the burden of his barren farm and failing saw-mill, could at least imagine that peace reigned in his house.
--By your many small virtues, by your many small omissions, and by your many small submissions!
In pursuance of Clause 4.4 of the Consumer Service Manual, the consumer is not liable for any discrepancy or fault in metering equipment that is not attributable to any act or omission of the consumer, said a statement issued here Friday.
- by paying damages or by taking other appropriate measures for the payment of compensation for damage caused by a criminal offense or omission,
KARACHI -- Pakistan People's Party Central Election Cell Incharge Senator Taj Haider, commenting on the Fafen report released on 30th November, Sunday expressed his surprise over the omission in the report of the main electoral rigging issue of signatures of polling agents on Forms 45.
In-charge Central Election Cell Pakistan People's Party (PPP), Senator Taj Haider commenting on the report of FAFEN released on November 30 has expressed surprise over the omission in the Report of the main electoral rigging issue of signatures of polling agents on Forms 45.
Attributing dishonesty to every omission to disclose an asset and disqualification of a member for life could never have been the intention of parliament while incorporating Article 62(1)(f) in the Constitution, wrote Justice Faisal Arab in the detailed judgement issued on Friday explaining reasons for setting aside the IHC order on June 1.
Islamabad -- The Supreme Court, in its detailed verdict on the Khawaja Asif disqualification case, declared that Article 62 (1) (f) cannot be applied to every omission or non disclosure of assets.
LSK says the omission by President Uhuru Kenyatta is a violation of Constitution and dereliction of duty.
These errors are further divided into the errors of addition, errors of omission, errors of selection, and errors of order.