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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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Liberty Mutual's Insurance Agents Errors & Omissions Program - which is written on admitted paper - is available nationally, except in Alabama, Alaska, the District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York and West Virginia.
Table 1 shows two kinds of errors; omissions of articles (categories1-8) and substitutions of articles (categories 9-19).
HB 6302 provides the unlawful acts or omissions during elections, as promulgated by law or the Comelec, shall be applicable to all candidates upon filing of the certificate of candidacy.
Market experts said the share of net errors and omissions in the balance of payments data has stirred debates over the origins of this money in recent years.
"The undersigned and the entire people of Lith payam strongly condemn the omission of our payam headquarters, its bomas (sub-districts) and villages," the letter reads in part.
CloudInsure clients will have access to specialist privacy cover for data stored in the cloud should it be unintentionally released, and technology errors and omissions coverage if their systems fail to deliver as promised.
Not Voting Could Imply Participating in a Collectively Harmful Omission
The Shaheen omission is understandable, since her campaign essentially tarred and feathered Lamontagne in their 1996 gubernatorial race.
In-house CPAs responsible for financial statement reporting must also be concerned with the professional obligations associated with errors or omissions on a prior-year tax return.
The Problem of Negligent Omissions: Medieval Action Theories to the Rescue.
Subject to the express provisions of this Code relating to negligent acts and omissions, a person is not criminally responsible for an act or omission which occurs independently of the exercise of his will, or for an event which occurs by accident.
The tender for development of gold deposits Terek, Terekkan and Perevalnoye was canceled doubts and omissions, Prime Minister Atambaev told reporters today."This tender was canceled by our government, as certain doubts aroused, there were some omissions.
These measures would also help for energy conservation and minimizing hazardous smoke omissions in the air.