“Camilla could now stay no longer; nor could Edgar, though, adoring the hearty joy of Sir Hugh, refuse to aid her in absconding.”
“If he won't give it, if your employer then overworks you, or starves you or beats you or rapes you instead, and you escape the house in desperation, he may report you to the police for 'absconding' and have you detained.”
“I'm leaving Ali's rebuke on the cultural politics of "absconding" with an ancient form out of the equation, for the moment.”
“A Dhaka court issued arrest warrants on May 15 against 12 "absconding" accused in the Gatco case filed by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC).”
“Stating that the owner of the shop astrologer Kero Young was "absconding", the official said illegal trade in wildlife body parts has been alarming particularly after a similar huge seizure near the Manas National Park recently.”
“The 25-year-old Russian girl, in a verbal complaint to the Crime Branch, claimed that a friend of Fernandes, who was declared 'absconding' by a court in Margao, to withdraw the charges against him.”
“The 25-year-old Russian girl, in a verbal complaint to the Crime Branch, claimed that a friend of Fernandes, who was declared 'absconding' by a court in Margao, called her up last evening and offered Rs 15 lakh to withdraw the charges against him.”
“As UK Border Agency executive Dave Wood let slip last year in evidence to a parliamentary committee, the detention policy's true purpose is deterrence: "Whilst issues are raised about absconding, that is not our biggest issue.”
“The same court on May 15 issued arrest warrants against 12 'absconding' accused including former finance minister M Saifur Rahman, Abdul Mannan Bhuiyan, M Shamsul Islam, MK Anwar, Nizami and Amir Khasru Mahmud Chowdhury.”
“One slaveholder advised a friend that slaves would not accept being “dealt harshly with—otherwise they will run off—and if once the habit of absconding is fixed, it is difficult to conquer it.””
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being words used by dear Wystan, who had a far better vocabulary than I.
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