Thesaurus / omission

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I cannot really blame Baggott for this, though, because this omission is widespread in the scientific literature.

Barrios and his campaign have come under increased scrutiny in recent weeks for various gaffes and omissions.

Three days after VOSD asked Barrios about the omissions, his campaign said he would be voluntarily correcting the record.

“For the gender policy to be silent on that is another glaring omission,” Patel said.

The people using this to discredit her are lying by omission.

The omission of the book numbered 88 will also have been remarked.

Immortal MemoriesClement Shorter

But no great significance is to be attached to the omission.

Owing to an omission in the report of my remarks you have unintentionally misrepresented me.

Lord Randolph ChurchillWinston Spencer Churchill

Their failures are not those of omission, as is so frequently the case with men holding these offices.

The assertion that they "earnestly seek" it is completely negatived by the omission.

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