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  • I showed him over the establishment, not omitting the pantry, with no little pride, and he commended it highly.
  • One other little circumstance connected with Miss Dartle I must not omit; for I had reason to remember it thereafter, when all the irremediable past was rendered plain.
  • It was a picture of comfort, full of easy-chairs, cushions and footstools, worked by his mother’s hand, and with no sort of thing omitted that could help to render it complete.
  • I have omitted to mention it, by the by.
  • On his release, he embraced me with the utmost fervour; and made an entry of the transaction in his pocket-book — being very particular, I recollect, about a halfpenny I inadvertently omitted from my statement of the total.
  • Before you come to that,’ said Traddles, a little disconcerted, ’I am afraid I thought it discreet to omit (not being able to carry everything before me) two points, in making this lawless adjustment — for it’s perfectly lawless from beginning to end — of a difficult affair.

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  • She recounted the whole story except that she omitted names.
  • He omitted a few details to place himself in a more favorable light.

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