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elope

1. To run away secretly with a lover, esp. to marry.
2. To leave a hospital, esp. a psychiatric hospital, without permission.
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Cases such as that of babysitter, laborer, elopement and monks running away from dratshang have been included in MoP.
Sources informed that the accused was actually disturbed over the elopement of his wife with her paramour.
Police officials told media that the incident occurred in Laiti village located in the area of Tamman police station and adding that the father of a girl was working outside the Chakwal and his brothers killed her daughter because they were angry on her elopement and they also feared that she might elope again.
The acclaimed Hyatt Carmel Highlands, which overlooks the Big Sur coast and features 48 luxuriously appointed guestrooms, announced a special elopement package for lovebirds looking for an intimate ceremony in a romantic location.
In the new CNA report, analysts note that resident elopement continues to be a major risk both for the residents and for long-term care facility managers.
Packages also include, Elopement Ceremonies, Unique and romantic marriage proposals, Ceremony and reception planning and management, Pre-Cruise Beach Weddings, and Pop-Up Weddings.
The meeting seeks to resolve a six months inter-communal conflict caused a family row over a girl's elopement and cattle raids among these communities.
John Mitchel and Jenny Verner's courtship was hotly contested by both families; their elopement and marriage was close to if not quite scandalous.
Incidences of elopement have resulted in costly liability claims.
This portion of the journal deals with the death os his son from a tapeworm and yet another Boylston Scandal: An elopement has people talking.
The mass wedding would help reduce violence against women and girls, as well as elopement cases, in the impoverished country, officials hoped.