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Synonyms for attendance

Synonyms for attendance

the act of being present (at a meeting or event etc

the frequency with which a person is present

the number of people that are present

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But hurried on by the precipitancy of youth, and having his imperial majesty's license to pay my attendance upon the emperor of Blefuscu, I took this opportunity, before the three days were elapsed, to send a letter to my friend the secretary, signifying my resolution of setting out that morning for Blefuscu, pursuant to the leave I had got; and, without waiting for an answer, I went to that side of the island where our fleet lay.
Jupe, I have made up my mind to take you into my house; and, when you are not in attendance at the school, to employ you about Mrs.
Nevertheless, as he lived in a spacious house in Golden Square, which, in addition to a brass plate upon the street-door, had another brass plate two sizes and a half smaller upon the left hand door-post, surrounding a brass model of an infant's fist grasping a fragment of a skewer, and displaying the word 'Office,' it was clear that Mr Ralph Nickleby did, or pretended to do, business of some kind; and the fact, if it required any further circumstantial evidence, was abundantly demonstrated by the diurnal attendance, between the hours of half- past nine and five, of a sallow-faced man in rusty brown, who sat upon an uncommonly hard stool in a species of butler's pantry at the end of the passage, and always had a pen behind his ear when he answered the bell.
These vocal exertions, emanating from the people who had been there longest, naturally proceeded from those who were nearest to the platform and furthest from the policemen in attendance, who having no great mind to fight their way through the crowd, but entertaining nevertheless a praiseworthy desire to do something to quell the disturbance, immediately began to drag forth, by the coat tails and collars, all the quiet people near the door; at the same time dealing out various smart and tingling blows with their truncheons, after the manner of that ingenious actor, Mr Punch: whose brilliant example, both in the fashion of his weapons and their use, this branch of the executive occasionally follows.
So, the petition in favour of the bill was agreed upon, and the meeting adjourned with acclamations, and Mr Nickleby and the other directors went to the office to lunch, as they did every day at half-past one o'clock; and to remunerate themselves for which trouble, (as the company was yet in its infancy,) they only charged three guineas each man for every such attendance.
Dawson's appealing to Sir Percival, and threatening (now that he could leave without absolute danger to Miss Halcombe) to withdraw from his attendance at Blackwater Park if the Count's interference was not peremptorily suppressed from that moment.
We were now, therefore, left without the attendance of a medical man.
With the house left in this strange and lonely condition--with the mistress of it ill in her room--with Miss Halcombe still as helpless as a child--and with the doctor's attendance withdrawn from us in enmity--it was surely not unnatural that my spirits should sink, and my customary composure be very hard to maintain.
These attendance systems are important for large scale organizations in order for them to process a large number of workers' attendances rapidly.
Successful schools begin by engaging students and making sure that they will come to school regularly, so the attendance rate become very important.
During recent weeks there have been some notably large attendances, with Chester attracting 41,371 on Sunday and Newcastle a modern-day record of 25,000 the previous Saturday.
The figures were released following the publication of secondary school attendances in the Echo earlier this month.
However, the current study and previous research continue to indicate the effect of attending class on grades in the course with more attendances increasing overall test scores by adding nearly a full letter grade.
Barbara Huxley, Knowsley's school attendance improvement officer, said: ``Schools that have beome involved with the project have seen attendances improved.
The Televising of Football survey canvassed over 1,000 supporters of English soccer clubs on their consumption of football and the effects of the increasing power of television broadcasters on football fans viewing experiences, predominantly match-day attendances.