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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.
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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.
The story was repeated; it was, in effect, exactly the same as before, without any deviation or omission. Richard Swiveller kept his eyes fixed on his visitor during its narration, and directly it was concluded, took the word again.
Yes, I said; a reward which a man might fairly expect who never understood that, if Asclepius did not instruct his descendants in valetudinarian arts, the omission arose, not from ignorance or inexperience of such a branch of medicine, but because he knew that in all well-ordered states every individual has an occupation to which he must attend, and has therefore no leisure to spend in continually being ill.
Tom turned in without the added vexation of prayers, and Sid made mental note of the omission.
He will be heading up the New York-based US Professional Errors & Omissions team.
Liberty Mutual said it has strengthened its Agents Errors & Omissions Program.
They are "1 juxtaposition of articles and other determiners, 2 inversions of the order of articles and succeeding adjectives, 3 omissions of articles under the extension, 4 use of articles instead of zero, and 5 substitutions i.e.
Take the Lenten Season as an opportunity to be truly remorseful of the sins and omissions committed and learn to forgive, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II said Thursday.
Escudero wants candidates to be answerable for unlawful acts or omissions before the start of the campaign period to level the playing field in the country's electoral process.
Mysterious money inflows, the source of which is unknown, are referred to as "net errors and omissions" by the central bank.
"We express our readiness and commitment to ensure that the omissions are corrected in a peaceful and serene manner," they said.