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Words related to AWOL

one who is away or absent without leave

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absent without permission


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Eleazar presented Bustamante to the media, saying the AWOL cop will face charges for violation of Sections 5 and 11, Article II of Republic Act 9165 (Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002).
We need urgent action to prevent patients going absent, or we risk an increase in suicides amongst this group." Across England, 11 patients died whilst AWOL over the two-year period.
In selecting candidates, emphasis is laid on characteristics of leadership and good governance that are in tandem with Chief Awol?w?'s values.
The instances of AWOL might have negative consequences on on the operational readiness of Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) units and security risks to the US, the federal agency warned.
WASHINGTON At least 152 Afghans sent to the United States for military training during the course of the war against the Taliban have gone AWOL, and the problem, which worsened last year, is unlikely to improve soon, U.S.
According to ( US Weekly , Awol Erizku became an overnight sensation after shooting BeyoncAaAaAeA@'s pregnancy reveal photos.
Though AWOL: Our story offenders cannot be sent back to jail for failing tests, sources said they were "likely" to be recalled due to other admissions.
HUNDREDS of troops who have gone AWOL in the past nine years are still missing.
Meet actor Iestyn Edwards and his alter ego, the Russian ballerina, in 'her' new show, My Tutu's Gone AWOL, at the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield.
The test, called AWOL, is administered by hospital staff.
They hit back at suggestions on Kent Police's page that Josh had gone Awol - or absent without official leave.
The AWOL Bag ($249.50) is nearly identical to the nostalgic "AWOL" military leather bags.
The 24-year-old, of Groes Lwyd, Abergele, was handed five months' detention by a court martial at Catterick in March, after admitting two counts of being absent without leave (AWOL).
A SOLDIER who went absent without leave (awol) rather than serve a second tour in Afghanistan was jailed for nine months yesterday.
Summary: A soldier who "refused" to return to Afghanistan to fight will be sentenced at his court martial later, on charges of going Awol.