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Synonyms for omit

leave out

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forget

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Synonyms for omit

to take or leave out

to not do (something necessary)

Synonyms for omit

prevent from being included or considered or accepted

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This would be an appalling way of extending the circle of criminality beyond the immediate doers and omitters and their accomplices.
After all, not all crimes of omission require that some harm result from the omission, thus not all crimes of omission require that the omitter make the world a better place.
The knowledge required by [section] 262 refers to the omitter herself and requires that we examine her internal world.
The first asks what the actor or omitter should feel compelled to do in order to correct or prevent the harm.
Omissions result in criminal liability only when the omitter has a duty to the victim.
What is at issue is not whether every wrongful committer and every wrongful omitter are equivalently culpable.
contributors, omitters and allowers (whether partial or full), riskers,
1c] values, compared with the "low omitters," those who omitted never or monthly (8.
To a limited extent, these findings support the view that the oldest customers are most likely to have the largest share of omitters and the youngest customers are most likely to have the largest shares of projectors and telescopers.