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1. The play was shortened by the omission of two scenes.
2. The omission of her name was not a deliberate act.
3. The student's omission from the honour roll was an oversight.
4. Everyone was surprised at her omission from the squad.
5. His omission from the team is rather surprising.
6. The omission of the girls was unfair.
7. The principal reason for this omission is lack of time.
8. The duke was surprised by his wife's omission from the guest list.
9. The book's most glaring omission is the lack of an index.
10. Many of the fans believe that the omission of Heacock from the team cost England the match.
11. There can be a deception by omission.
12. Jobs vociferously disagreed with him about the omission.
13. May a person handle by an omission?
14. With Harry, omission was tantamount to deceit.
15. There is however, one strange omission.
16. There is one curious omission in Miles's eccentric thinking.
17. This omission was not entirely unexpected.
18. But another explanation is possible for their omission from Q1692.
19. The most glaring omission was the lack of reference to take-up problems.
20. Any major omission will lead to a group of documents which can not be classified under the scheme.
21. Several offences such as manslaughter may be committed by omission.
22. The conscientious researcher is careful to avoid up the pole and omission.
23. Your failing to note her mistakes is a serious omission.
24. The accident was not caused by any act or omission of the transport company.
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25. Put a mark in the margin to show the omission.
26. Bellesiles's extensive research is undermined by errors of fact,[sentencedict.com] omission and judgment.
27. Here are three of the most noticeable grammatical traits: Omission of the copula is: You out the game.
28. A reasoned discussion of the theory of psychoanalysis and its possible relevance to sociological theory is a major omission in sociological literature.
29. In fact, his list of credits is so extensive, it is understandable that an employer might overlook one glaring omission.
30. Since grievous bodily harm can be committed by an omission it would be strange if assault and battery could not be.
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