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furlough

noun absence, commeatus, holiday, leave, leave of absence, leisure, liberty, recess, respite, rest, sussension of work, time off, vacation
See also: absence, holiday, leave
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De Lima's mother was suffering from dementia, according to the furlough document from Branch 256 of the Muntinlupa RTC.
Aquiatan also ordered De Lima to refrain from giving interviews to the media and from using communication gadgets during her furlough.
Pangilinan pointed out instances when the courts have granted furloughs so that detainees may visit their relatives.
"KeyBank clients who are on furlough from their government jobs can apply for a low interest rate, short-term personal loan for funds to cover budget shortfalls," said Laura Suter, communications manager.
It's far from clear that the cadre of contractors and "essential" employees that remain on the job -- and without pay -- are equipped to defend against such a hack, a furloughed cybersecurity and IT manager tells me.
* (https://www.facebook.com/DistrictDoughnut/) District Doughnut : Get a free cup of coffee, dubbed the Furlough Joe, with any purchase as a furloughed government employee.
Caption: FURLOUGH--Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe cradles her four-year-old daughter, Gabriella, during Nazanin's three furlough from Evin in August.
But Nazanin's relief from the horror of prison was short-lived as she has now been returned to Evin to serve the remainder of her sentence, despite indications that her period of furlough would be extended.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission, meanwhile, would have to furlough 95 percent of its employees immediately.
One of the complaints voiced by striking miners, according to the CEMWU, was Freeport's furlough policy, which places workers on long-term leave at short notice.
The majority of federal civilian service employees were furloughed at some point during 2013, but active duty military members were not subjected to a furlough during this time.
In the event of a Department of Homeland Security shutdown or furlough, the $627 million Justice Federal Credit Union in Chantilly, Va., said it plans to offer special assistance to its DHS members.