omissive


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However, the federal courts have refused to construe the offense as proscribing entirely omissive non-reporting.
As we have said, in zero derivation (or omissive morphology) it is the stem of the lexeme's stem that is preserved, that is, no change has taken place at the phonological level.
The standard of sample selection is omissive and is done based on the following condition: