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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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Figures released to the Press Association by the Home Office last week - nearly two years after originally requested - show 169 FNOs absconded in 2014, followed by 250 in 2015, and 75 in the first three months of 2016.
Appeals were launched after four inmates - two with Merseyside links - absconded from HMP Kirkham back in July and August.
During the course of hearing police filed a report in court saying they are trying to arrest the suspects but they have absconded.
Though all the suspects were arrested, they absconded after being released on bail.
A NEW liaison group to be set up after a convicted murderer absconded could feature six residents plus health board staff and police.
Dubai: A maid, who absconded from her sponsor due to low salary and worked in prostitution and immoral massage services, has been jailed for three months.
At least 57,000 expatriate workers have absconded from their employers in Oman since the beginning of 2015, according to figures released by the Sultanate's Ministry of Manpower.
5 per cent of expatriates absconded from their employers, of which 89.
Methods: This case-control study was conducted on 413 absconded patients as case and 413 patients as control in a large general hospital in Shiraz, southern Iran.
The maid's employer, a 43-year-old Emirati teacher, said the maid, who had been working for her for four years, absconded on August 7 last year.
Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald confirmed 419 inmates have absconded from detention centres with many simply walking out of open prisons.
The wrestlers absconded from their training base at Aberdeen Sports Village on Monday.
Darren Douglas, 46, originally from Shard End, absconded from HM Spring Hill open prison in Grendon Underwood, Buckinghamshire, in the early hours of Sunday.
David Blood, 48, who police said may pose a threat, absconded from the Category D prison some time between 8.
An employee brought an action against her former employer (a university) seeking employment entitlements and AED 200,000 (USD 55,000) as compensation for harm caused by a report filed by the employer with the authorities claiming that she had absconded.