pretermit

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Synonyms for pretermit

disregard intentionally or let pass

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First, there are some exceptions to Steel Co.'s rule against pretermitting questions of standing.
Pretermitting the safeguards cloaking sentences, which are not presently involved, if an accused is initially found guilty, he can never be convicted of a degree of an offense greater than that returned by the original court-martial.
insights into account without pretermitting their own interpretive
PRETERMITTING WHETHER OR NOT THE CHALLENGED REMARKS WERE IMPROPER, IT IS AXIOMATIC THAT HARM AS WELL AS ERROR MUST BE SHOWN TO AUTHORIZE A REVERSAL BY A COURT.
(171.) E.g., EDLEY, supra note 10, at 190-91 ("The failure of courts to demand disclosure encourages secret politics, pretermitting the process of continuing, between-elections political accountability.").
Pretermitting inquiry whether a defendant might have been, or might be, convicted anyway, it observes that "the principal cost ...
Pretermitting the problem that corporate guilt is entirely fictional,