unexcused


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unexcused

(ˌʌnɪkˈskjuːzd)
adj
not excused; not having an excuse
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unexcused - not excusedunexcused - not excused; "too many unexcused absences"
nonexempt - (of persons) not exempt from an obligation or liability
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Thus, after 3 days of absence from a compulsory pre-school group in a month or 5 unexcused absences from school, the social benefits will be suspended for a period of one year.
If students don't do the work, they will be given an unexcused absence for the day.
The study, published in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, increases our understanding of the link between anxiety and poor school attendance, particularly when unexcused.
Where a plaintiff who was terminated from her job as an inflight crew member with the defendant airline brought suit alleging handicap discrimination and retaliation under Massachusetts state law, the plaintiff failed to show (1) that the airline's stated reason for discharge unexcused absences was pretextual or (2) that there was a causal connection between her filing of a Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination complaint and her termination.
This lasted until March 2016, when Pierre "was terminated for alleged misconduct, negligence and 'unexcused absences,' " the complaint stated.
The district judge denied 2254 relief based on the unexcused procedural default.
A Michigan mother, who allowed her  6-year-old daughter to accumulate 26 unexcused school absences, spent five days in jail this month and received nine months of probation, according to reports.
Unexcused absences have fallen by nearly a third in six years, says Catherliene Williamson, the district's chief of student services.
It doesn't set out a minimum number of unexcused absence hours for an employee to be put in the program, and Volvo HR representatives vary as to the number of hours that would trigger placement in the program.<br />An employee in the chronic attendance program is subject to conditions for the following six months of active employment: "You cannot miss any times from work.
Students who walk out of class will receive an unexcused absence, the school district said.
Most states define it as missing 10% or more of the school days in a given academic year--whether the absences are excused or unexcused --which translates to approximately 18 days.