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verb abstain from inserting, bypass, cast aside, count out, cut out, delete, discard, dodge, drop, exclude, fail to do, fail to include, fail to insert, fail to mention, leave out, leave undone, let go, let pass, let slip, miss, neglect, omittere, pass by, pass over, praetermittere, skip, slight, transire
Foreign phrases: Casus omissus et oblivioni datus dispooitioni communis juris relinquitur.A case omitted and forgotten is left to the disposal of the common law.
See also: abrogate, annul, bar, censor, delete, disregard, eliminate, except, exclude, fail, forgo, forswear, ignore, neglect, obliterate, overlook, pretermit, prohibit, relegate, remove, rescind, set aside
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The OMIS elements must cover any possible operation in the AF field, such as the creation, storage, retrieval, transfer and exploitation of knowledge.
OMIS is compatible with Nokia Series 40, Nokia Series 60 and a range of Sony Ericsson and Widows Mobile devices.
The North-east has a good reputation and a good track record when it comes to export sales and we have been pleased with the response from companies looking at Market Visits and making use of OMIS.
The OMIS scheme has helped us fully understand the markets we're entering and put us in touch with some of the best contacts in the industry.
Bosses have also commissioned an OMIS (Overseas Market Introduction Service) report focusing on South Korea.
Our success surpassed all our expectations, especially through the OMIS report for South Korea.
The company used the OMIS service for Jordan after looking for a partner in the country to assemble its vehicles.
OMIS aims to provide assistance before, during and after a firm's visit to a new potential market.
OMIS offers companies access to teams of experts in virtually every major city in the world, who can provide in-depth knowledge and advice on the market and the opportunities it offers.
We knew at that point we needed some support to help us make the decision where to site our office, and the market intelligence that the OMIS report provided was a great help.
Through OMIS - the Overseas Market Introduction Service -companies can gain access to an expert research team in virtually every major city in the world, who can offer their in-depth experience, local market facilities and contacts.
The company has made positive strides over the past year with its export plans and as a result of the contacts in Brazil identified through OMIS and the company s follow-up visits, it has now appointed an agent to represent the company there, said Stephen Muir, one of UK Trade & Investment s International Trade Advisers who has been working with the company, The company has also reviewed its website to update and internationalise it, which included translation in Portuguese and Korean and has also secured a great order from a customer in South Korea.