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omit someone or something from something

to leave someone or something out of something. You omitted Carol from the list. I think that you omitted our company from the bidding. She omitted herself from the list of participants.
References in classic literature ?
Such facts, however, as they occur in the thread of the story, nay, indeed, as they constitute the essential parts of it, the historian is not only justifiable in recording as they really happened, but indeed would be unpardonable should he omit or alter them.