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The absense of Rangers from the top tier has prompted some observers to label the successes as "devalued".
In their absense, defending champion Gaultier will look to keep his winning streak going in the 11th edition of the PSA World Series event, which begins today at the Khalifa Tennis & Squash Complex here.
Last year, Jonathan Tiernan-Locke became the first British winner since the race - first run in 1945 - was brought back in 2004 with a new name and format after a five year absense.
Nicolas Anelka brings experience but what Albion gain with his arrival they lose with the absense of Romelu Lukaku.
The absense of reserve Carl Wilkinson with a knee injury was always going to hit them hard, but the remainder of the team were simply unable to live up the the stanndard they set themselves earlier in the year.
Many thought it was a jibe at Ms Streep, who was absense from the ceremony due to flu, but apparently it was actually a reference to the film First Wives club.
By way of this decision, the judges are tightening their hold on administrative detainees, which, due to the absense of concrete evidence, the inability of the detainee to defend himself in court and the unlimited renewal of his/her detention term, constitutes a full negation of liberties and human freedom.
Winters says the rating actions have had a "chilling effect on our ability to grow" but "growth in the absense of profit is the wrong strategy.
It would be too simplistic to suggest that Olsson's absense means a defeat or that his presence guarantees points on the board.
Chad Barrett, who was the Galaxy's second leading scorer behind Donovan, is out injured and Magee should have even more attacking licence in his absense.
Dire special effects and the total absense of any real humour make this tale of a zookeeper getting dating advice from his animals painful to watch.
In absense of wind, natural gas will generate steam to spin the turbines.