abscondence


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abscondence

(æbˈskɒndəns)
n
literary secret concealment or seclusion, or the action of absconding
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So listening to the warnings of his friends, he fled into hiding somewhere in the city of London, "a place of retirement and abscondence.
The NAB prosecutor said it was law that a proclaimed offender, absconder or fugitive from law could not be heard, even against an order of abscondence, unless he surrendered himself before the court of law.
In the reply, the NAB prosecutor said that it is a trite law of the country that a proclaimed offender, absconder or fugitive from law cannot be heard, even against an order of abscondence, unless he surrenders himself before the court of law.
There are several reasons for this abscondence from medical devices.
13) The court controversially supported Yusril's argumentation that Tengko's arrest was unlawful, ignoring the fact that it had been Tengko's unlawful abscondence after the Supreme Court's verdict that led to the dramatic events of his recapture.