Definitions for "absence "
A state of being absent or withdrawn from a place or from companionship; -- opposed to presence.
Instructors may require attendance as a part of the grading mechanism. Attendance records are required at the Austin Peay Center at Fort Campbell and faculty are required to submit an attendance report at the end of the term. Students who are forced by circumstances beyond their control to be absent from announced tests and examinations should request approval from the instructor. At the discretion of the instructor, the student will receive the grade of "I", "F", or "FA." The grade of "I" may be changed on the basis of a late test or examination. NOTE: For web-based courses, the software gives the instructor the ability to determine the times, dates, and length of entry and other activities of all students.
A check to see whether any boys are absent without leave. House Masters conduct regular Absences within their Houses, and there is a grand formal Absence on the Fourth of June when the Head Master and a team of other Masters ‘read’ Absence in School Yard and its vicinity.
is a generalized seizure where a person's consciousness is interrupted. This is sometimes confused with 'day dreaming'
epilepsy characterized by paroxysmal attacks of brief clouding of consciousness (a possible other abnormalities)
absence is a calendar tool for keeping track of people on a daily basis. It is meant to replace that ubiquitous whiteboard in the office of the boss. You know the one, where someone has used a permanent magic marker to mark a matrix, and vacations/training/etc. are marked with non-permanent markers as blocks.
address alone apparently assertion
The idea of assumptions- often about class or gender or race - that a literary text takes for granted and therefore does not actually assert. We "read against a text" when we focus on absences and try to surface them, that is, determine what they are.
Keywords:  destitution, withdrawal, want
Want; destitution; withdrawal.
An event where blade contact is avoided either deliberately by refusal to engage, or in deceiving the opponent's attempt to find the blade.
Inattention to things present; abstraction (of mind); as, absence of mind.
the time interval during which something or somebody is away; "he visited during my absence"
the temporary unavailability of an employee to report to work.
Keywords:  failure, attend, school, day, periods
failure to be present
a failure to attend one or more periods during the school day
a income verification paper from social services
Keywords:  fact, available
The fact of not being present or available.