omissive


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Whenever there is a question about omissive or comissive behavior by an employee or an agency, an investigator's first move is to check the personnel files for fingerprint clearances and reporting law agreements.
Literature is controverted on the form of the surgical ring femoral, and omissive on its dimensions.
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.