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For absence without leave from my place of exile.
The individuals were charged with desertion or absence without leave.
The offense is similar to absence without leave but can draw more severe punishment.
Lilley spent 28 days in cells on a charge of being absence without leave.
Absence without leave - If a man were absent from three consecutive turns of guard, his pay was cut.
His military career ended with a sentence of twenty-eight days' detention for absence without leave.
However this moratorium does not apply to cases of absence without leave or desertion.
The submission was cancelled on 29 January 1880 for absence without leave and theft.
He found a total of 36,102 courts-martial for offenses ranging from absence without leave to assault.
Signs of poor discipline, such as absence without leave and disobedience, are at record lows.
Through this four-week absence without leave from his parish he completely fell out with the church authorities.
"Soldiers are given leave liberally and face no penalties for absence without leave," the report said.
The sergeant, portrayed by Reginald James, is a psychiatric patient, a hard case with a history of absence without leave.
In 1867 he requested for absence without leave because of health reasons and on October 2, 1867 he was honorably discharged.
In 2005 he went absence without leave (AWOL) for 19 months and then 2006 turned himself in to his unit.
Edwards served as a Member of the House of Assembly until 1931, when his seat was vacated by absence without leave.
The Cistercian constitution attached particular importance to attendance at this meeting, which was compulsory, and absence without leave was severely punished.
Periods of desertion or absence without leave and period of detention or imprisonment will not be admissible as qualifying service.
"Absence without leave," ,.
He, however, was dismissed from service for alleged insubordination and absence without leave, but resumed with the help of Santino and the townspeople.
It defines infractions such as absence without leave and contains the popularly-known phrase, "Conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman".
The soldier whose private plane nearly collided with President Reagan's helicopter Thursday returned to active duty here today, pending a review of his absence without leave.
He was arrested and court martialled for insubordination and absence without leave, which resulted in his dismissal from the navy in June 1952.
Before she had taken absence without leave from her situation', Kris had done her homework on more than what was edible on Barevi.
The term Absence Without Leave (AWOL) can also be used, but is usually used where the soldier does intend to return.
Two months later, Sam was convicted of unauthorized absence and missing a troop movement.
Most soldiers who return from unauthorized absences are punished and discharged.
"That seems to leave nothing outstanding but the unauthorized absence," Longspoon commented.
Unauthorized absences, vandalism, drunkenness and attempted murder were all documented.
Convictions in the courts-martial included theft, assault, failure to follow orders, and unauthorized absence.
In 1644, he was enraged by an attempt by the emperor to levy a fine on him for an unauthorized absence.
His period of "unauthorized absence" lasted from February 9, 2003 to April 1, 2003.
Officials credit the new restrictive policies, announced this year, with sharply cutting back the number of unauthorized absences from state psychiatric centers.
Brace plead guilty to unauthorized absence and was acquitted of the deliberate destruction of his aircraft.
He was found innocent of failure to obey a lawful order, which is a more serious charge, and of unauthorized absence, a lessor charge.
Mubarak reported difficulties following her release, including 800 dinars in unpaid car loans and a lawsuit from her employer for "unauthorized absence".
At the height of the war in Vietnam in 1968, for instance, the number of unauthorized absences, including desertion, stood at 67 per thousand enlisted people.
In 1867, General Grant had the pay of Col. Gordon Granger suspended because of an unauthorized absence.
He took an unauthorized absence by failing to return after a weekend pass had expired staying with a girlfriend for two weeks until the shore patrol caught him.
No unauthorized absence (UA) was reported because Garwood was thought to have had a "late run."
The police are not involved in truancy control but the teachers of the school monitor the school area and sometimes the nearby areas during recess to avoid unauthorized absence.
"I had lost faith in the entire system," Adam White said at Corporal Pimienta's June court-martial on unauthorized absence charges.
In total, the Army since 2002 has court-martialed twice as many soldiers for desertion and other unauthorized absences as it did on average each year between 1997 and 2001.
Referring to his discussion of low morale, desertions and unauthorized absences, he said: "You know, when I have to talk about this, I do it with a heavy heart.
At age 20, he joined the United States Marine Corps, but he went on Unauthorized Absence (UA) fifteen days later.
But the Mets have been fit and fierce, and Viola even found to his surprise that his curveball was making a return appearance after an unauthorized absence.
He was returned to the United States, where he began serving his six-year sentence and faced an additional charge - not desertion, as the Whites had hoped, but "unauthorized absence."
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