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use "omit" in a sentence

Perry, p. 401. Bradman refused to omit Nash, believing "his presence in the team would be a psychological threat to England whether he bowled bouncers or underarm grubbers".

In many three tone languages, it is common to mark High and Low tone as indicated above, but to omit
After scoring 70 not out in the First Test in Adelaide, his form tapered away and managed only 124 runs at an average of 31.00 for the first four Tests, resulting in his omission for the Fifth and final Test in Sydney.

This would prove to be a fatal omission.

Jones 1995, 8-9 Nevertheless, the question of inclusion is further complicated by Wordsworth's eventual retraction of these instructions and his omission of "I travelled" from the two subsequent editions of Lyrical Ballads.

The omission of the Aerosvit result, which finished after the cut-off date for the July 2008 list, caused some controversy.

Through this omission Heidegger allows for the possibility of disengagement from "historising in general." The paper continued to be published with the omission of Etherington's name from the title until, on 21 February 1777, it was published by William Blanchard as the York Chronicle and general Advertiser.

A different way of justifying liability in this type of situation would be to redefine the actus reus as an omission and to base the liability on the failure to move the car.

Its omission of proper names makes many of its allusions obscure.

The deliberate omission of conjunctions that would normally be used.

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