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n.1.The act of omitting, or the state of being omitted; forbearance; neglect.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Omittance is no acquittance," growled the jailer, "and I shall certainly wring their necks before twenty-four hours are over: you may be sure of that."
But right now he wants to get back on the road to glory after disappearing off the oche radar after his controversial omittance from the Premier League.
Therefore Beggs's omittance of ryegrass (whether conscious or unconscious) within the Bonamargy environment supports the interpretation of a predilection for the area's natural peatland.