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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


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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170) The offense under [section] 262 is an omissive offense that imposes a duty to act on the basis of another person's intentions.
The standard of sample selection is omissive and is done based on the following condition:
Thus, according to Boiteux, the responsibility of the superior constitutes a form of improper omissive crime with eventual intent, where this superior is assigned the role of guarantor agent.
Nonetheless, the debate as to the nature of omissive conduct and the propriety of liability for omissions continues with little movement towards a generally satisfactory resolution or, apparently, improved understanding among theoretical adversaries.
The statistical population of the research includes all listed companies in Tehran stock exchange during 2008 to 2012 and determined sample were selected based on the following condition (the applied sampling method is systematic omissive method).
Constructions elaborated based in omissive conduits, as the doctrine of the responsibility of superiors, because this article is confined to the question of attribution of criminal liability of individuals that, controlling a given organization, command actively the practice of crimes by direct executors who act independently of duress, mistake or nonimputability.