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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinattentionin‧at‧ten‧tion /ˌɪnəˈtenʃən/ noun [uncountable]  ATTENTIONlack of attention syn carelessness a moment of inattentioninattention to inattention to detail
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inattentionDrug use and inattention by lawyer Richard Horwitz were cited as factors in that crash.In 1793 he was appointed surveyor to the Mint, but was dismissed in 1794 for inattention to duty.Henry VIII's inattention to business was a constant irritation to his servants.What other organization would claim such inattention to details like pricing and luxury suites?Then I worried that he would end up in the wrong homeroom and suffer some embarrassment for such inattention.The inattention, the nothingness, the neglect hurt them deeply.This inattention to politics allows even egalitarian feminists to adopt woman-centred arguments when dealing with cultural issues.Rope breaks usually occur through inattention and getting badly out of position.inattention toSeveral workers were fired for inattention to their duties.
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