nonattendance


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nonattendance

(ˌnɒnəˈtɛndəns)
n
the act or an instance of not attending an event, meeting, etc
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nonattendance - the failure to attend
group action - action taken by a group of people
nonappearance - failure to appear (especially as at court)
absence - failure to be present
hooky, truancy - failure to attend (especially school)
attendance, attending - the act of being present (at a meeting or event etc.)

nonattendance

noun
Failure to be present:
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Congress, from the nonattendance of a few States, have been frequently in the situation of a Polish diet, where a single VOTE has been sufficient to put a stop to all their movements.
The nonattendance of the President at 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.
Appointment nonattendance (no-show) is an international phenomenon that has been studied from many different perspectives.
In an interview here on Saturday, Qamar Zaman Kaira said that during nonattendance of the Primer, anyone taking the charge as acting PM can run state affairs as Finance Minister Senator Ishaq Dar looks after important issues despite presence of the Primer.
Last week Plaid Cymru AM for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr Rhodri Glyn Thomas expressed concern that parents who had booked holidays based on term times published provisionally earlier in the year by the local authority would be forced to cancel holidays - with a subsequent loss of deposits - or face being punished with a fixed-penalty notice for their child's unauthorised nonattendance.
Clubs should remember that a PS5 fine is levied for nonattendance.
MALCOLM PYLE, Coulby Newham | In your recent edition Tom |Blenkinsop enjoys a cheap dig at UKIP's first MP for nonattendance at recent debates.
Meanwhile, some lawmakers came down hard over absence of other lawmakers, complaining nonattendance of legislators was hampering daily business of the house.
He rejected claims about the nonattendance of the Macedonian ambassador to Athens at these meetings and added that Ahmeti's visit to Athens was private without a proper protocol.
Bethan Jenkins' nonattendance has been referred to her party group by the National Assembly's Presiding Officer Rosemary Butler.
Studies investigating the efficacy of prompting for improving attendance have generated contrasting findings and nonattendance remains common in clinical practice.
Concerning nonattendance rates for patients in 2007, however, significantly more patients failed to attend (FTA) for their appointment with non-specialist dentists compared with the cohort from 2006 (Chi Square = 7.