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Synonyms for omission

Synonyms for omission

nonperformance of what ought to be done

Synonyms for omission

a mistake resulting from neglect

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something that has been omitted

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any process whereby sounds or words are left out of spoken words or phrases

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Detailed judgement in Khawaja Asif case ends the impression that mere omission is enough to disqualify elected members
Justice Arab, while authoring the 21-page verdict, said that no set formula can be fixed with regard to every omission to list an asset in the nomination paper and make a declaration of dishonesty and impose the penalty of lifetime disqualification.
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Southgate also implied in his press conference after the squad was announced that Shelvey's omission was down to "personality" while reports have suggested the England manager feared the midfielder would "be a poor tourist."
Southgate also implied in his Press conference after the squad was announced that Shelvey's omission was down to "personality", while reports have suggested the England manager feared the midfielder would "be a poor tourist".
Famously, Gascoigne was left out of England's World Cup squad for France 98 by Glenn Hoddle, and theex-Newcastle Academy graduate admits it took him a long time to get over the omission.
Since that time, most of the efforts in improving patent safety have focused on errors of commission; however, many researchers believe that errors of omission can occur even more frequently than errors of commission (Kalisch, 2015).
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.
Summary: Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], October 29 (ANI): Minister of State in PMO Jitendra Singh on Sunday said the situation in Jammu and Kashmir was 'an accumulative outcome of the axe of omission and commission committed by the Congress'.
It is difficult to understand the omission of Rhys Patchell (who played with distinction in last year's full Welsh tour of NZ) and Aaron Shingler (who never seems to have a bad game for the Scarlets), but the omission of James Davies beggars belief.
Errors of integrity, specifically errors of omission (i.e., not implementing components of a protocol) and commission (i.e., implementing procedures not proscribed by a protocol), have been examined in the context of interventions for problem behavior (e.g., differential reinforcement of alternative behavior; Leon, Wilder, Majdalany, Myers, & Saini, 2014; St.
Even the best nurses occasionally commit errors of omission, which can have devastating effects on patient care and on nurses themselves.
Yet after reading the book Errors of Omission by Bea Kalisch, I was struck by the amount of missed nursing care cited in national and international studies and how extensive and widespread the issue is.
YES 2 Was there any error or omission in police planning or preparation which caused or contributed to the dangerous situation that developed on the day of the match?