fail to appear

See: default
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The attacks of illness which arise from miasma never fail to appear most mysterious.
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Dr Amal Al Qubaisi, first Deputy Speaker, was also unhappy about the absence of the ministers and said it has become a practise now that the ministers fail to appear before the council to discuss crucial issues that directly affect the citizens and government policy-making.
Last year Northumbria Police carried out the mailshot as part of the national campaign Operation Turn Up, which targeted outstanding warrants issued to those who fail to appear at court.
There's no better example of the Lane County criminal justice system's loss of credibility than the astounding increase in the number of defendants who brazenly and repeatedly fail to appear in court.
A recent report by the independent Public Safety Coordinating Council says the number of defendants who fail to appear soared by 40 percent from 2002 to 2005.
When the crowds fail to appear, the developers simply bulldoze the parks and sell the land for a profit.
Winners who fail to appear will miss out on a humbling trophy - ``an intentionally cheapjack tchotchke'' with a golf-ball-size raspberry mounted on a Super 8 film reel, valued at $4.
The blitz will target outstanding Fail to Appear (FTA) warrants, imposed on defendants who have failed to appear at court.
Neil Franklin, Chief Crown Prosecutor in West Yorkshire, said: "A substantial amount of time, effort and expense is wasted on cases for which defendants fail to appear.