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Synonyms for no-show

a guest who fails to notify a hotel or restaurant when canceling a reservation

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someone who shirks duty

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AnswerNow's internal surveys and research show reminders can lower no-show rates by as much as 70 percent.
Despite such a rigorous follow up, we found that on an average nearly 10 per cent of our appointments were a no-show and that too without any prior intimation.
Last year's total of no-shows was 8643 higher than the year before.
Bearden's action could be dismissed as the result of a "perfect storm" of an unusually large number of juror no-shows and a lengthy docket.
Adam Scott, Jim Furyk, Ernie Els, Retief Goosen, Luke Donald, Padraig Harrington and Geoff Ogilvy are interesting no-shows, considering Torrey Pines will play host to the 2008 U.
Apparently the reason for the no-shows was that there was nothing riding on the game and tickets had to be bought before the group stages began.
Grappling with what to do about juror no-shows, the Supreme Court's work group, chaired by Second Judicial Circuit Judge Thomas Bateman, noted, "Indifferent enforcement damages the legitimacy of the jury process.
Gordon Rich-Phillips, Games spokesman for the opposition Liberal Party, said: "Given the high-profile no-shows for the Games, you would have to question the value of Lord Coe's contract.
The decision to run regular operations to arrest court no-shows follows the success of a pilot operation in the region in June which led to 523 people being picked up for skipping bail.
The cost of the no-shows to the NHS is estimated at pounds 300 MILLION.
us follows both legislation and legislators, identifying the most frequent no-shows, the biggest blabbermouths, and those most likely to sponsor doomed bills.
The two prosecuting officers, Spiros Moutzakitis and Athina Theodoropoulou, said the charges included three counts of hindering or obstructing doping control tests, including no-shows in Tel Aviv, Chicago and Athens, the athletes and Tzekos giving false evidence to the authorities, and eye witness and doctors giving false testimonies about the motorcycle accident.
The rules of the International Association of Athletic Federations stipulate that any athlete who racks up three no-shows should be suspended for a year.
Some people had banging-ass runs on the first day but were no-shows for the finals, ie, Rodigo Lima and Brett Praist.