Omitter


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O`mit´ter


n.1.One who omits.
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In cases where the omitter has a duty to act, she may be liable as an accessory, if she encouragers by her omission.
China has overtaken the US as the largest greenhouse omitter in the world.
or an omitter's omission, the magnitude of the risk imposed by the
Moore sees omissions as nothing more than deceptive labels that attribute eventlike or cause-like characteristics to an individual's failure to act, when in fact the event or cause in question is something else: a force of nature, the normal course of events, or the actions of another that the omitter (had he acted) would have kept from causing harm.
= 15, p < .04 TABLE 3 Brand Equity ([beta]) by Accuracy of Buying the Brand Average Brand Equity Standard Accuracy Group ([beta]) Deviation n Accurate Buyer .180 .34 374 Inaccurate Buyer (Omitter) -.008 .29 27 Accurate Nonbuyer .008 .31 86 Inaccurate Nonbuyer (Telescoper .160 .35 73 or Projecter) Total .142 .34 560 F = 8.07; d.f.
7-letter examples include BASSIST, CLEANER, DIRTIED, EVENTER, GITTERN, OMITTED, OMITTER, PERSIST, RASPIER and SUBSIST.
If the willful blindness doctrine is applied to omissions, the omitter has no choice but to investigate her suspicion.
Yes, although plainly not a killer of B because A's dancing is not "causally relevant to B's death."(112) Does the fact that A is an actor at t preclude A being an omitter at t?
Omissions result in criminal liability only when the omitter has a duty to the victim.