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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.
Yes, I said; a reward which a man might fairly expect who never understood that, if Asclepius did not instruct his descendants in valetudinarian arts, the omission arose, not from ignorance or inexperience of such a branch of medicine, but because he knew that in all well-ordered states every individual has an occupation to which he must attend, and has therefore no leisure to spend in continually being ill.
Tom turned in without the added vexation of prayers, and Sid made mental note of the omission.
If no, they will be asked whether any errors or omissions in the safety certification or oversight MAY have caused or contributed to the crush.
Escudero wants candidates to be answerable for unlawful acts or omissions before the start of the campaign period to level the playing field in the country's electoral process.
A lady lawmaker has proposed to amend Republic Act 8436 that exempts candidates from unlawful acts or omissions that may be committed during elections prior to the start of the campaign period.
6: STANDARDS RELATING TO TAXPAYER ERRORS AND OMISSIONS
00--Barnwell raises the problem of negligent omissions, which he describes as "a case of blameworthiness in which an agent omits to perform some action she is under obligation to .
1 : something left out <There are some omissions in the list.
The reasons cited for omissions in care include decreased staffing, increased paperwork, and too little time.
Carter fails miserably in presenting his argument because his book is riddled with gross historic inaccuracies, colossal factual errors, glaring omissions and a plethora of distorted statements.
Allstate case, and others like it, are examples of the kind of legal action that could trigger errors and omissions insurance claims from independent insurance agents in Katrina-affected areas.