This same carelessness or purposeful pretermission is evident in recent U.S. efforts to shepherd the negotiations process between the Taliban and the Afghan government, as American policymakers make decisions without weighing predictable blowback and without understanding the core tribal values of Afghan society. From Wordnik.com. [Michael Hughes: Saving Afghanistan Requires Smashing Dangerous Delusions] Reference
The only objections they would occasionally make, would refer to the pretermission of some such thing as a tassel in the cap. From Wordnik.com. [Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61, No. 380, June, 1847] Reference
Any disorder of mine, any pretermission of theirs, exalts the disease, accelerates the rages of it; no diligence accelerates the concoction, the maturity of the disease; they must stay till the season of the sickness come; and till it be ripened of itself, and then they may put to their hand to gather it before it fall off, but they cannot hasten the ripening. From Wordnik.com. [Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions Together with Death's Duel] Reference
Having thus briefly considered the original and office of a critic, as the word is understood in its most noble and universal acceptation, I proceed to refute the objections of those who argue from the silence and pretermission of authors, by which they pretend to prove that the very art of criticism, as now exercised, and by me explained, is wholly modern, and consequently that the critics of. From Wordnik.com. [A Tale of a Tub] Reference
This requires that all children, whether family heirs or emancipated, shall be specially disinherited, and declares that their pretermission shall have the effect of avoiding the will of their parent, and depriving the instituted heirs of the inheritance, no less than the pretermission of children who are family heirs or who have been emancipated, whether already born, or born after, though conceived before the making of the will. From Wordnik.com. [The Institutes of Justinian] Reference
6: 20; Col 1: 20; 1Pe 1: 18, 19). the forgiveness of sins -- Greek, "the remission of our transgressions": not merely "pretermission," as the Greek (Ro 3: 25) ought to be translated. From Wordnik.com. [Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible] Reference
Or pretermission of the daily craft!. From Wordnik.com. [An Introduction to the Study of Robert Browning's Poetry] Reference
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