omission

[n] - something that has been omitted 2. [n] - any process whereby sounds are left out of spoken words or phrases 3. [n] - neglecting to do something 4. [n] - a mistake resulting from neglect
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Omission

O¬∑mis'sion noun [ Latin omissio : confer French omission . See Omit .] 1. The act of omitting; neglect or failure to do something required by propriety or duty. « The most natural division of all offenses is into those of omission and those of commission.�
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omission

1. The act of omitting; neglect or failure to do something required by propriety or duty. 'The most natural division of all offenses is into those of omission and those of commission.' (Addison) ... 2. That which is omitted or is left undone. ... Origin: L. Omissio: cf. F. Omission. See Omit. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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omission

noun neglecting to do something; leaving out or passing over something
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omission

deletion noun any process whereby sounds are left out of spoken words or phrases
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omission

noun something that has been omitted; `she searched the table for omissions`
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omission

noun a mistake resulting from neglect
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Omission

• (n.) The act of omitting; neglect or failure to do something required by propriety or duty. • (n.) That which is omitted or is left undone.
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omission

omission 1. Something left out, not done, or neglected: 'An important omission in a report.' 2. Something omitted or neglected. 3. The act or an instance of omitting. 4. The state of having been omitted.
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omission

  1. a mistake resulting from neglect
  2. something that has been omitted
  3. any process whereby sounds are left out of spoken words or phrases
  4. neglecting to do something; leaving out or passing over something

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Omission

An omission is the neglect to perform what the law requires. When a public law enjoins on certain officers duties to be performed by them for the public, and they omit to perform them, they may be indicted: for example, supervisors of the highways are required to repair the public roads; the neglect to do so will render them liable to be indicted..
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Omission

1)A duty that is not accomplished either because it is forgotten or negligance in performance for which the person can be held legally liable for breach of duty. 2)Imporatnt facts that have not been included in a contract,deed or other legal document which can be included by mutual agreement between parties but in some cases it may require an order
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omission

n. 1) failure to perform an act agreed to, where there is a duty to an individual or the public to act (including omitting to take care) or where it is required by law. Such an omission may give rise to a lawsuit in the same way as a negligent or improper act. 2) inadvertently leaving out a word, phrase or other language from a contract, deed, judg
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Omission

[criminal law] In the criminal law, an omission, or failure to act, will constitute an actus reus (Latin for `guilty act`) and give rise to liability only when the law imposes a duty to act and the defendant is in breach of that duty. ==Discussion== In the criminal law, at common law, there was no general duty of care owed to fellow citizen
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Omission

1) Failure to perform an act agreed to, especially if there was a duty to perform. 2) Leaving out a word, phrase, or other language from a written document. If the parties agree that an omission was due to a mutual mistake, the document may be reformed.
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