could not attend


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could not attend

A patient status in which the hospital or clinic is notified in advance that the patient will not be available for hospital admission or scheduled appointment on the offered date.
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Escudero noted that one of the three invites sent to the resigned official had been received in one of his addresses but no explanation was relayed to the committee on why he could not attend the hearing.
According to Turkish Cypriot daily Kibris , the groom is doing his military service in Turkey and that was the reason he could not attend his own wedding in Yialousa.
The BJP leader, who could not attend Thackeray's funeral on Sunday, paid tribute to the late leader and consoled the bereaved family.
Shop owner 22-year-old former Birmingham University student Hasnain Siddiqui said Ms Locke had emailed stating she could not attend the opening due to work commitments.
Imagine my surprise when I was told I could not attend because I could not, with a clear conscience, sign their statement of faith.
A Catholic high school near Cleveland drew national attention when it told a returning senior that she could not attend classes wearing her Muslim head scarf, or hajib.
Last fall, JS reported that many children in Kenya could not attend school because their families could not afford school fees (see "In the Coffee Fields of Kenya, "Nov.
Home Secretary Jack Straw last night told Passport Agency staff they could not attend a sports day in the face of the passport crisis.
I am impressed with the depth and breadth of ScottishPower's education initiatives," said Rene Leger, Executive Director of Worksite 21, who could not attend the public meeting.
When Graham was told her son could not attend class at Placerita unless he was in uniform, the mother contacted the American Civil Liberties Union.
could not attend, but submitted a one-page statement outlining his vision for the policing of Los Angeles.
He said Dudley could not attend the hearing because he was appearing before a federal court in Ohio.

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