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.
ISLAMABAD -- Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MNA has staged walk out under protest from standing committee on interprovincial coordination meeting due to non-attendance of meeting by chairman Pakistan Cricket Board.
ISLAMABAD -- Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MNA has staged walk out under protest from standing committee on inter-provincial coordination meeting due to non-attendance of meeting by chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
As a result of his actions, Councillor Mackenzie was effectively sacked from the council for non-attendance of meetings during the six months she was nursing her terminally ill daughter.
Separately, the TSC asked teachers to report to their stations for the sake of quality learning and parents to take their children back, with the promise that there will be enough teachers.It added in a statement, however, that, "The TSC has taken the decision to promptly assign teachers in its data base in case of non-attendance by those employed to attend to learners.
Given the ongoing non-attendance, the office of the House of People's Representatives (HPR) decided to conduct payroll deductions during the fourth parliamentary session, while no such decisions has been taken during the current session.
Panelo clarified that Duterte's non-attendance in the set date does not mean 'he is not interested.'
Fourteen were dismissed for want of prosecution and non-attendance, dismissed by order of High Court (3), withdrawn by the complainant (3).
Overall, the number of parents who were punished for non-attendance at school has more than doubled - from 645 last year (2016-17) to 1344 this academic year.
Dentists have done just that - fine for non-attendance - for many years, regardless of private or NHS patients.

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