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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ellipse.
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You ellipsed out "losing to challenger Riley in 2002 by a mere 48.9 to 49.1."
And note, if you read the ellipsed material, M&W seem to argue that the Israeli forces were so evil that if the Pals were ordered to leave to avoid being massacred, that was just common sense, and this somehow exempts the orders from the elite to flee from being orders from the elite to flee.
I am reasonably suspicious of your claim that “some leading scholars” have ellipsed out the word “not,” and was hoping perhaps you could give some examples.