omission of somewhat that was profitable.
Yes, they can — the omission bias is on their side.
Contraction, the omission of letters from the middle of a word and replacement by a sign or some other…
Selective omission: he omits the features of his philosophy that are furthest removed from received opinions.
“Anyone from an environmentalist through to a local farmer can see that that’s a glaring omission,” Burke said.
Contraction, the omission of letters from the middle of a word and replacement by a sign or some other device, was…
Even if taxes and fees are meant to discourage certain kinds of activities, they do not convey censure for a wrongful act or omission.
At his first interview, he neglected to mention the life-insurance policy for Soto; he later called the omission “a misunderstanding.”
They also reveal the lack of documentation created when children were torn away from families at the point of arrest – a shocking omission.
The ISC notes that there has been no official investigation of possible Russian interference in the 2016 EU referendum, an omission that should be corrected.
He said the failure to record the instruction to “follow four large black men” was a significant omission from the paperwork recording the surveillance operation.
But after the applause died down, Fabius took up the microphone to acknowledge yet another omission: He had neglected to sound the gavel to symbolically mark the pact’s approval.
I was disappointed by the omission of Stanley Baldwin from your list of British prime ministers who have headed governments of national unity (“Of gnus and other animals”, August 31st).
And a 2009 analysis of existing breakfast and cognition studies found “that breakfast consumption has generally positive effects on cognitive performance in comparison with breakfast omission.”
But even epistemically conservative feminist interventions—those focused on correcting errors of omission and on investigating neglected problems—often generate more deeply challenging questions.
During President Joe Biden's first solo press conference since taking office in January, not a single reporter asked a question about the coronavirus pandemic — a notable omission as the country continues to see tens of thousands of new cases each day.
Joyce Baker in Stenhousemiur has spotted an unforgivable oversight on the list of songs that have been added to Johnnie's Jukebox so far, so we'll be correcting that glaring omission by adding the debut solo hit from one of Britain's most distinctive singers.
The omission of shooting, which has been included in every Games apart from one since 1966, was defended by Birmingham 2022 organisers despite protestations from India's Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju and thousands signing a Shooting Times petition to reinstate it.
England midfielder Jill Scott recently joined Everton on loan from Manchester City in search of more game time, while Riise said Arsenal forward Beth Mead's omission from the England squad had been affected by postponements for her side in the Women's Super League.
With regard to liability for omissions, usually there is no liability for omitting to prevent some harm even in cases where there is counterfactual dependence of the occurrence of that harm on that omission; yet sometimes (the status, undertaking, and causing of peril exceptions) there is such liability (so long as the occurrence of the harm counterfactually depends on such omission; Dressler 1995: 466–467).
- a mistake resulting from neglect
- something that has been omitted
Example: she searched the table for omissions
- any process whereby sounds or words are left out of spoken words or phrases
- neglecting to do something; leaving out or passing over something
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With regard to liability for omissions usually there is no liability for omitting to prevent some harm even in cases where there is counterfactual dependence of the occurrence of that harm on that omission yet sometimes the status undertaking and causing of peril exceptions there is such liability so long as the occurrence of the harm counterfactually depends on such omission Dressler 1995 466–467