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omission

[ō′mish·ən]
(geology)
The elimination or nonexposure of certain stratigraphic beds at the surface of any specified section because of disruption and displacement of the beds by faulting.
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Accordingly, NEPRA has directed all Distribution Companies to forthwith cease the practice of charging cost for replacement of meter to the consumers for meter replacements, specifically on account of meter display errors, where the discrepancy or fault is not attributable to any act or omission of the consumer.
He said that the omission was all the more shocking since in the audit and analysis methodology designed by FAFEN check No.
The detailed judgement has put a lid on the raging debate that the Panama Papers case had introduced a concept of strict liability and a mere omission may lead to disqualification of an elected member.
'In our view attributing dishonesty to every omission to disclose an asset and disqualify a member for life could never have been the intention of the Parliament while incorporating Article 62 (1)(f) in the Constitution.
"It's an omission that has the deleterious effect of undermining the functioning of judiciary and it's independence," LSK said.
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JONJO Shelvey can "see a pass other players can't" and the Newcastle United midfielder's omission from the England squad was harsh, believes Chris Kamara.
NEWCASTLE United midfielder Jonjo Shelvey must "keep his head" and improve next season to get over the disappointment of his England World Cup omission, believes Paul Gascoigne.
Newcastle United midfielder Jonjo Shelvey must "keep his head" and improve next season in order to get over the disappointment of his England World Cup omission, believes Paul Gascoigne.
The following article will discuss how patents and nurses can be affected by errors of omission, the implications, and strategies to prevent these errors.
Aguirre said we should 'celebrate our deliverance from sin by the ultimate sacrifice on the Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ' by taking 'this golden opportunity to be truly remorseful for all the sins of commission and omission we have committed.'