abscond


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escape

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to break loose and leave suddenly, as from confinement or from a difficult or threatening situation

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What I think is that some of their friends convince them that if they abscond they can earn more and work less elsewhere," he added.
Magag's abscond is serious and the authorities are doing everything they can to locate him.
Sudbury over the last two or three years has had a high record of absconds.
Thousands of maids abscond every year across the country, many accused of theft or of otherwise harming their sponsors.
The man allegedly confessed during interview that he encouraged the maids to abscond
According to Amer service, here's what you can do if your maid absconds and if the visa was issued in Dubai:
The number of absconds from open prison is at its lowest level since centralised reporting of this type of incident began in 1995.
The background to why he decided to abscond is that his mother and father both lived in Malaga, and his mother was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
It was recently revealed that the number of lags who abscond from Castle Huntly, which was described by locals as a "drugs supermarket", has risen by 175 per cent since 2000.
Ajman: Ajman Police,in coordination with the Sharjah Police, have busted a gang which helped maids abscond from their sponsors.
The website said an abscond was "an escape" that did not overcome a physical security restraint.
PRISONERS who abscond from open jails will face tougher rules in the wake of the Robert Foye case.
The Scottish Prison Service is under increased pressure after it was revealed Foye was assessed as suitable for a return to open conditions only to abscond again and commit a vicious crime.
Walter Bealby, defending, said: "Things got too much for him and he did abscond.