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Example sentences for omit

As to the findings of soft dinosaur tissue, some people always omit the power of coincidence or other supporting evidence.
If the interruption to the flow of the sentence is but slight, the writer may safely omit the commas.
It ought to contain many more, but there is perhaps no other single poem which it would be an error to omit.
In an effort to avoid offending anybody, they omit any images of people.
We omit many of those details which are everything to the practical artist, but nothing to the general reader.
Her hand size was still a problem, and occasionally--to her extreme and loudly voiced distress--she had to omit the lowest notes.
Too much flows from that well known fact to omit it.
Omit information that the audience doesn't need to know.
If you are not sure whether the filing included a middle initial or name, omit it from your search.
The omit point-Correlation biserial correlation should be negative.
We also omit the common statistics and parameter estimation sections.

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