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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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It also said that "no-show" clauses used by some airlines -including British Airways - fell short of its expectations on "fairness and transparency" for consumers.
In the hospitality business, reservation "no-shows" are not just a minor inconvenience, they are a business killer.
Emma-Louise Yufera, of Migas, has condemned no-show customers
Restaurants like his don't really get walk-ins, so there is no way of clawing back the lost revenue on a no-show.
Lewisham and City & Hackney have the highest "no-show" rates of all, at 14.7 per cent apiece.
Notably, the Onam season, which is considered a top-grossing time for new movie releases, is witnessing a no-show this year.
This reduction was due to the truck driver's strike in Brazil, which resulted in a higher number of reservations canceled and an increase in no-show rates between May 24th and May 31st".
A growing number of restaurant owners are expressing frustration over "no-show" customers, who make reservations but do not show up for them.
The brand's new product is the SoleHugger Secret 2.0, and it is a perfected version of its ultra low-cut no-show sock.
During a hearing on February 2, the sessions court gave PTI chief's counsel Babar Awan the last chance to appear in court, as the latter had been a constant no-show since the defamation suit was filed in July 2017.
The no-show by him, and co-principals Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetang'ula, he said, was a strategy that had been planned earlier."I am not a coward.