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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While we give them a break to enjoy their holidays, the workers prefer to abscond," Khalfan said.
Lack of insurance coverage makes some people to abscond, which ask policy-makers to focus efforts in order to reach universal coverage.
Over 96 per cent who abscond are recaptured and returned to custody.
Thousands of maids abscond every year across the country, many accused of theft or of otherwise harming their sponsors.
The Sharjah Police have arrested an Afghan who allegedly helped a maid abscond from her Emirati sponsors in Al Dhaid in Sharjah.
Police have arrested a man accused of persuading housemaids to abscond from their employer and to go to work for him instead.
It's stupid that he would abscond after having served three years already, as now he'll end up suffering more in the long run.
A Ministry of Justice spokeswoman said: "Every abscond is reported to police and 96 per cent are recaptured.
1) Go to any Tasheel Centre and get the electronic abscond application form.
He advised employers to deal with their employees in a humane way so that they don't abscond.
You have not answered the question about whether it would have been harder to abscond in the West Country, where he was made to live under a control order - harder to get help from his associates, harder to hide, harder to get forged papers.
Jason Goss, convicted of death by dangerous driving, has became the latest prisoner to abscond from an open jail in Monmouthshire.
He added that such a regulation might encourage more expat workers to abscond.
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.