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

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1) Go to any Tasheel Centre and get the electronic abscond application form.
Conclusion: Characteristics such as middle age, male gender, no insurance coverage, inability to afford hospital expenditures and admission in emergency department make patients more likely abscond from the hospital.
Defending the new Tpim regime, Mrs May said: "In six years of control orders, there were seven absconds and of those seven cases, six were never apprehended.
Three of the four absconds at HMP Sudbury over the weekend of Saturday 18 June have now been recaptured," she said.
Over 96% of prisoners who do abscond are re-captured and returned to custody.
Jason Goss, convicted of death by dangerous driving, has became the latest prisoner to abscond from an open jail in Monmouthshire.
Shadow home secretary David Davis claimed: "John Reid knew about the risk of absconds due to his policy of transferring dangerous offenders to open prisons.
The Liberal Democrats said the "unacceptable" series of absconds appeared to be the direct result of overcrowding in prisons.
Shadow home secretary David Davis said: "A leaked Home Office memo shows John Reid knew about the risk of absconds due to his policy of transferring dangerous offenders to open prisons.
This massive number of absconds is unacceptable and shows that the Government have been consistently failing in their duty to protect the public," said Mr Davis.
When the worker absconds and gets hired by a third party, then that represents a major loss for the sponsor.
However, there are no clauses that cover the rights of employers if the housemaid absconds.
In answer to these questions the Prison Service provided links to websites which contained some information about the regime at Kirklevington and the number of absconds in recent years.
On its website, the Prison Service says: "All absconds are reported immediately to the police who will take steps to apprehend the prisoner.
The only answer for the prison authorities and police is this: if anyone absconds, they should have to serve the rest of the sentence behind the solid doors of a proper prison.