Absences [noun]

Definition of Absences:

state of not being present

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He’s had a player turn up with a “please excuse his absence from practice” note from a hotel clerk and wondered whether certain men were performing under the influence.

Steadman shared emails that hint at concern sweeping through CSL as employee absences shuttered entire centers.

At best, the absence of DEI metrics will damper efforts to achieve the ideals of stakeholder capitalism.

High rates of absence could slow ballot delivery in key states, especially if there’s a second wave of the coronavirus, as some epidemiologists predict.

These organizations were able to test Twitter’s ad serving functions and create more branded content in the absence of live sports, particularly around short-form video.

Much was written about the absence of center back Aymeric Laporte from City’s defense last season, as well as City’s inability to replace former captain Vincent Kompany.

That’s a species whose presence or absence can alter an ecosystem dramatically through its impacts on other living things.

Today, Clarkson is on a monthlong leave of absence without pay, the Department of Law said in response to a records request.

In the absence of their huge contribution, the market’s overall return since then would be 30% lower.

Indoor malls and department stores have both been challenged for years, but the absence of foot traffic for months due to coronavirus social distancing put their peril in high relief.