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no-show

noun A person who does not attend a meeting or appointment.

no-show

A Pt who does not present for an appointment
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Our service has also reduced no-show rates, especially for business customers who risked not turning up even though they had booked.
15 million no-show passengers," the director general said in a press briefing on Tuesday.
So, if the three-man panel who will sit in judgment on the case in Athens today decides Thursday's absence is another no-show, the pair will be suspended and the matter referred to the IAAF.
Courts in these cases have held that even where employers have followed their no-call, no-show policies to the letter when terminating employees, the employers were nevertheless in violation of the Family Medical Leave Act because their notification requirements were too strict.
For many urban mental health-care centers, the no-show problem is particularly acute.
It is also commonplace in the dental profession for no-show patients or those making late cancellations to be charged if they abuse the appointment privilege.
Rudy, the red-nosed mayor, was a no-show for the PSAL on Christmas.
Midway has been firming its flights with Predator(TM) since 1997 and during that time has seen its no-show factor and oversale rates improve dramatically.
Of course, with a no-show Clinton and a no se Gore, other heads of state are expected to send their regrets.
Despite one attendee's comments that the no-show from DeParle (and Trujillo's repeated references to a meeting he had to get to) "says a lot about what they think of us," the speaker tried to forge a tie with providers.
The hotel can charge you a no-show fee for a guaranteed room if you don't call 24 hours prior to canceling.
Atlanta, which had held the number one or two position for the four years between 1992 and 1996, fell from fourth place in 1997 to a virtual no-show fifth spot this year.