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Synonyms for missing

lost

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absent

Synonyms for missing

not present

no longer in one's possession

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Synonyms for missing

not able to be found

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nonexistent

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ROBERT WILLIAMS Missing People Ref 02-000551 Went missing on March 28, 2002, aged 15, from Neath.
it is EMCOR's hope that this effort will exponentially increase the chances of finding missing children.
Remains may mount to only a chipped bone from it missing pilot who slammed into a ragged unnamed Central Highlands mountain at hundreds of miles per hour more than 30 years ago.
Chris Hiller, indigenous justice co-ordinator with the Anglican Church of Canada, says she had heard various stories about women missing from individual communities, but she remembers the shock of hearing the collective numbers.
An understanding of reasons for missing data can help reduce the problem and thus strengthen your data.
Aware of the patterns and dynamics generated by scientifically sound child abduction research, law enforcement can conduct more efficient and effective missing child investigations.
Those most closely associated with missing children also dispute the attorney general's claims.
For instance, the narrative closing of Chicken Little's life, initially described as "the closed place in the water," quickly transforms into "something newly missing" (61), as if closure were always informed by some missing piece (and thus not closed or complete at all).
Established in 2001 by singer/songwriter, Jannel Rap, GINA for Missing Persons brings together recording artists from all over the country in an effort to raise awareness of all the mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters and children who go missing every year.
The inquiry into Los Angeles County's missing foster children came in response to nationwide efforts to determine how many foster children are missing after a Florida case involving a 5-year-old girl whose disappearance from her foster home went unreported for nearly two years.
8 million because police failed to respond adequately to the father's plea for help when he reported his daughter missing.
Los Angeles County officials on Tuesday sharply increased their estimate of missing foster children from 488 to 740 as the Board of Supervisors called for a sweeping management evaluation and took steps to put the missing children's names and photos on the Internet.
NYSE: EME), a Fortune 500(R) leader in mechanical and electrical construction, energy infrastructure and facilities services for a diverse range of businesses globally, has become corporate sponsor of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's(R) (NCMEC) Code Adam program, further expanding the Company's efforts to help find missing children.
Police reports are filed on missing and abducted foster youths, but only 64 had been recovered or returned voluntarily as of Aug.