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Those who have cut corners and have pocketed public money, those who have not delivered on the projects and who have provided substandard services must pay for their sins of omission. This is exactly what is happening.
The Los Angeles Chargers will be the latest NFL team to learn that sins of omission in this league, at this time, are just as powerful as sins of commission.
What begins as a squabbling friendship between the wastrel Courtland O'Rourke and the defiant, mischief-making Lacey de la Roche matures into a deeply passionate, tempestuous love, fraught with secrets of lethal consequences and sins of omission.
Navjot Singh Sidhu always wanted to serve Punjab and Amritsar." Sidhu spoke at length about his innings in the BJP starting from 2004 Lok Sabha elections and Sidhu's revelations have vindicated our stand that the Akalis and the BJP are partners in the sins of omission and commission -- AMARINDER SINGH, PUNJAB CONGRESS CHIEF ' ' how he had delivered Amritsar seat to the party again and again only to be kept away from the state's affairs and then denied the seat in 2014.
4,1939), Thomas wrote: "Persecution of the church in Russia, Spain and certain Latin-American countries can be, to some extent, explained and even condoned by the church's own grievous sins of omission and commission.
Obama came to office at a time when sins of commission (read Iraq and Afghanistan) outweighed sins of omission. Inclined to lawyerly prudence, yet not without Wilsonian idealism, he was determined to reverse that.
"The people have punished them for their sins of omission and commission.
The other issues are slight sins of omission. S1730, the New Jersey First Act, was signed into law by Governor Chris Christie on May 5, 2011.
Pickenpaugh blames the horrible conditions on sins of omission, pointing to the negligence of the Confederate War Department for never developing a coherent policy as well as its neglect in not choosing a senior person to take command of the prisons.
In his homily, Francis asked for forgiveness for the abuse that occurred and "for the sins of omission on the part of church leaders who did not respond adequately to reports of abuse."
I need to confess my own sins of omission. In April I wrote about churches in Calgary.