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miss

(Long for), verb desiderate, desire, pine for, reeret the loss

miss

(Overlook), verb disregard, fail to accomplish, fail to attain, fail to catch, fail to hear, fail to perform, fail to reeeive, fail to see, fail to understand, fall short, gloss over, go amiss, go astray, ignore, lack, let slip, let the moment pass, lose, lose an opportunity, miscarry, miscue, misfire, miss a chance, miss the mark, not succeed, omit, overlook, prove unsuccessful, skip
See also: disregard, fail, ignore, lack, lose, miscue, need, neglect, omit, overlook, pretermit, require
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Between me and my neighbour we've had three cats go missing Natalie Bosman
But while staff on schemes work hard to combat the number of children who go missing - and help them when they do - Tracy Buckley, NSPCC service centre manager in Liverpool said more needed to be done.
Police and care homes will work closer together when |confused care home residents go missing
Rotherham, which was embroiled in another abuse scandal, had five children go missing.
Five thousand children go missing every year in the Capital; half of them are trafficked to become labourers, domestic helps or prostitutes.
It is estimated that four out of every five adults who go missing are experiencing mental health problems.
He said: "Children who repeatedly go missing are in grave danger of falling victim to those who prey on them for sexual gain.
When this money goes missing, domestic violence shelters go missing, sexual assault hot lines go missing, access to protective orders goes missing, investigation and prosecution of crimes go missing, prevention programs go missing - and more importantly, women go missing.
And 16 per cent go missing due to problems such as nervous breakdown or dementia.
Established in 2001 by singer/songwriter, Jannel Rap, GINA for Missing Persons brings together recording artists from all over the country in an effort to raise awareness of all the mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters and children who go missing every year.
6 million Brits have had packages they ordered online go missing in the last year, while more than 18 million people have had packages go missing or undelivered in the last five years, worth an average PS68 per package, according to Direct Line Home Insurance.
Children and young people who repeatedly go missing are more at risk of child sexual exploitation, sexual health issues and drug and alcohol problems.