non-attendance

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non-attendance

[ˈnɒnəˈtendəns] Nausencia f, no asistencia f
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With respect to their public assemblies, in having them open to all, but in fining the rich only, or others very little, for not attending; with respect to offices, in permitting the poor to swear off, but not granting this indulgence to those who are within the census; with respect to their courts of justice, in fining the rich for non-attendance, but the poor not at all, or those a great deal, and these very little, as was done by the laws of Charondas.
If two thirds of the whole number of members had been required, it would, in many cases, from the non-attendance of a part, amount in practice to a necessity of unanimity.
BAGHDAD, IRAQ (NINA) -- The five Kurdish parties allied within the Kurdistan Alliance renewed its refusal to pass the draft budget law as currently drafted, stressing non-attendance of its representatives in any session that includes the budget on the agenda.
Dentists have done just that - fine for non-attendance - for many years, regardless of private or NHS patients.
Over half of unsuccessful prosecutions - 12,278 - were due to victim non-attendance, victim retraction, or evidence of the victim not supporting the case.
Victim non-attendance is when Vw victims who are called as witnesses do not attend the trial.
He expressed his displeasure over the non-attendance of Balochistan's chief secretary saying that by not informing of his non-attendance in the meeting, he has violated the constitution besides hurting the sanctity, honour and dignity of the Senate of Pakistan.
Speaking in the Upper House of Parliament today, he raised the issue of their non-attendance.
The second successful prosecution today - following a guilty plea by a father for refusing to ensure his child attended school - is a warning to other parents about the consequences of chronic non-attendance.
The non-attendance of the President to the gala dinner and picture-taking should not be a barometer to measure whether the participation of the Philippines is successful or not,' Banaag said in a press briefing.
He has cited ill health as a reason for non-attendance at other high-profile inquests.
The method of requesting an appointment has changed with smart phones and computers, and that would make investigation of non-attendance easier.

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