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Definition of Abscondence

Abscondence
Abscondence Ab*scond"ence, n. Fugitive concealment; secret retirement; hiding. [R.] --Phillips.

Meaning of Abscondence from wikipedia

- Absconding may refer to: Escaping from incarceration or bail A form of swarming (honey bee)...
- parallel world and he expects her to join him. She slashes his throat and absconds with the plans. 26 6 "History Ends" Meera Menon Elizabeth Benjamin and...
- Sher Singh Rana is responsible for the 2001 vendetta-related ********ination of cruel Indian dacoit Phoolan Devi. He managed to escape from Tihar Jail in...
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- permits, deny workers' ability to change employers, report a worker as "absconded" to police authorities, and deny permission to leave the country. As a...
- business ventures, but failed, and in one instance his business partner absconded with $800 of Grant's investment. Concerning local Indians, Grant ****ured...
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- adulthood: sons Rhaegar and Viserys, and daughter Daenerys. After Rhaegar absconded with Lyanna Stark, Aerys had Ned Stark's father and brother executed,...
- use. Ketamine was the second-most used illicit drug (behind ecstasy) in absconding Taiwanese adolescents as reported by a multi-city street outreach survey...
- Cacaxtla paintings were buried. Res: Anthropology and Aesthetics. 55/56 Absconding. Cambridge, M****achusetts: The Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology...
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