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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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All that need be remarked on the power to coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin, is, that by providing for this last case, the Constitution has supplied a material omission in the articles of Confederation.
Nevertheless, there are a few omissions which I should be glad to see supplied.
By your many small virtues, by your many small omissions, and by your many small submissions!
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.
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?
Omission Brewing Company (a unit of the Craft Brew Alliance) has announced the national distribution of its Omission India Pale Ale, a 6.
Franks' proposal inverts the traditional view of omission and postulates instead an insertion process.
6, Knowledge of Error: Return Preparation and Administrative Proceedings, impose standards of conduct on CPAs who discover an error or omission in a prior-year tax return.
In each instance of a negligent omission, the agent, according to Barnwell, had some kind of (virtual) intellection of his obligation in mind, but, in the case of Type 1, the will does not perform "complacere" (that is, take delight in the consideration of the intellection) so as to keep that intellection in mind.
1 : something left out <There are some omissions in the list.
But he laid the blame for that omission on health and safety authorities and ICL Tech, the subsidiary who ran the Glasgow factory.