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Absence Without Leave

Absence
Without
Leave
is an acrostic for awl.

Definition of the noun absence without leave

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noun

  1. unauthorized military absence

Film

"Absence Without Leave": Unjustified Absence is a 1939 Italian comedy film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Alida Valli, Amedeo Nazzari and Lilia Silvi. A girl leaves school to marry a doctor, but becomes annoyed by his constant absences and decides to secretly resume her studies.

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Google previewJuma The Great

by A.K. Chesterton

Absence without leave is a most serious ...

Google previewServicemember's Legal Guide (2005)

by Jonathan P. Tomes USA, JAG

Because absence without leave is the most wellknown military crime, you may already know about it. You also need to know about some of the other actions the military calls crimes so that you won't commit them out of ignorance. Here are ...

Google previewDecisions of the Comptroller General of the United States (1936)

Absence without leave is a military criminal offense under the articles of war, ...

Google previewCongressional Serial Set (1903)

Absence without leave is a rare offense in isolated posts, such as this.

Google previewJournal of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology (1920)

Absence without leave is an offense which represents, in many instances, cases of actual desertion ; but, owing to the movements of the military unit and thus the difficulty of obtaining the necessary technical proof, the actual deserter is ...

Google previewDecisions of the Comptroller of the Treasury (1906)

by United States. Comptroller of the Treasury

Absence without leave is a necessary constituent of the offense of desertion, and the facts necessary to prove the former must always be proved before conviction of the latter. The principle holds in civil as well as in military law, and these two ...

Google previewLegal Accountability and Britain's Wars 2000-2015 (2016)

by Peter Rowe

Absence without leave is a serious offence, particularly given the intensity of operations.' 35 The issue may be heightened for pilots of remotely piloted aircraft, as to which see generally, Chapter 9 and for the specific incident of the air strike in ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Military Science (1844)

Containing an Explanation of the Principal Terms Used in Mathematics, Artillery, and Fortification; and Comprising the Substance of the Latest Regulations on Courts Martial, Pay, Pensions, Allowances, Etc. ; a Comparative Table of Ancient and Modern Geography ; Achievements of the British Army ; with an Address to Gentlemen Entering the Army by E. S. Norman Campbell

Neglect on this head, subjects the individual not only to the penalties attached to Absence without leave, but frequently to a refusal on account of that neglect. ABSENCE, WITHOUT LEAVE. A milder term often used for desertion. All officers ...

Google previewThe Wolters Kluwer Bouvier Law Dictionary (2015)

Quick Reference by Stephen Michael Sheppard

See also: APPEARANCE; ABSENCE, ABSENCE WITHOUT LEAVE (A.W.O.L. OR AWOL); ABSENTEE. ABSENCE WITHOUT LEAVE (A.W.O.L. OR AWOL) Unexcused failure to be present at a military post or duty station. See also: ABSENCE ...

Google previewA Law Dictionary Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern ... (1995)

by Henry Campbell Black

There is a difference between desertion and simple "absence without leave ;'* in order to constitute the former, there must be an intention not to return to the service. Hanson v. South Scituate, 115 Mass. 336. In maritime law. The act by which a ...

Google previewThe Routledge Dictionary of Historical Slang (2003)

by Eric Partridge

absence without leave, give (one) . To discharge (one) suddenly from employment: from ca 1820; ob. absent without leave . (Of one) having absconded: from ca 1860. 2. In c., escaped from prison: id .

Google previewWörterbuch der Handels-, Finanz- und Rechtssprache / Dictionary of Commerical, Financial and Legal Terms / Dictionnaire des Termes Commerciaux, Financiers et Juridiques (2012)

by HERBST

absence without leave || absence illégale. fernbleiben v | to stay away; to absent os. || s'absenter | unentschuldigt ~ | to be absent without excuse || être absent sans excuse | unerlaubt ~ | to be absent without leave || être absent sans ...

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Hospitality Management (2010)

by Abraham Pizam, Judy Holcomb

Covert conflict is individually based and unorganized and usually refers to absenteeism, sick leave, absence without leave, sabotage, poor productivity and work attitude, etc. Congress center Referred to as convention centers in North America ...

Google previewDictionary of Terms and Phrases Used in American Or English Jurisprudence (1879)

by Benjamin Vaughan Abbott

In respect to the military service, there is a distinction between desertion and simple absence without leave. In order to constitute desertion, there must be both an absence and an intention not to return to the service. Hanson v. South Scituate ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Law (1891)

Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern; Including the Principal Terms of International, Constitutional, and Commercial Law; with a Collection of Legal Maxims and Numerous Select Titles from the Civil Law and Other Foreign Systems by Henry Campbell Black

In respect to the military service, there is a distinction between desertion and simple absence without leave. In order to constitute dcsertion, there must be both an absence and an intention not to return to the service. 115 Mass. 336.

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Dictionary of Law (1996)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

— ab-scond- er n absence without leave : the military offense of being absent without leave ab-sen-tee \,ab-san-'te\ n : one that is absent: ...

Google previewThe American and English Encyclopedia of Law (1896)

by David Shephard Garland, James Cockcroft, Lucius Polk McGehee, Charles Porterfield

Intentional absence without leave from military service does not constitute a desertion; there must accompany it an intent not to return. Hanson v. South Scituate, I15 Mass. 336. One who, by reason of _being an ofliccr or private in the United ...

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