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lacuna

a gap, a case not provided for by a statute or in a document.
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28 ( ANI ): The Congress party on Wednesday extended its support for the Triple Talaq bill tabled by the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Government in the Lok Sabha, adding that there are certain lacunae in it that need to be rectified before bringing it into force.
During the video-conferencing by Cabinet Secretary, several cities admitted to lacunae in different aspects of plans and assured to correct the same.
Maiza Hameed said the amendments will enacted keeping in view certain lacunae for bringing culprits to book.
In this group, cerebral lacunae are not associated with previous clinical symptoms.
About the timing of moving the amendment Babar said that lacunae in law come to the fore only when they are actually put to operation and not before.
Because lacunae represent familial trends clients exhibiting this feature should be questioned about their family history and their personal symptoms.
These two lacunae, however, do not detract from what is overall a significant contribution to our understanding of British imperialism, and to the phenomenon of empire.
There are no abporal or interporal lacunae, six paraporal lacunae, six polar lacunae and three or six poral lacunae.
Readers who are looking here for a comprehensive treatment of adult responses to the challenges posed by the activities, problems, and behaviors of pre-adults will note several lacunae.
The writer-translator not only renders the text into English but also fills the cultural lacunae.
They even invoke morphemes and lexemes, and, just as you're inching for the door, they launch themselves into some of the more fascinating lacunae of trademark law.
Similarly, the amount of silver nitrate deposition into the chondrocytic lacunae did not vary significantly with the length of exposure.