Definition of Attendances

1. Noun. (plural of attendance) ¹



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Definition of Attendances

1. attendance [n] - See also: attendance

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Attendances

attempt
attemptable
attempted
attempted rape
attempter
attempters
attempting
attemptive
attempts
attenable
attend
attend to
attendance
attendance allowance
attendance check
attendances (current term)
attendancies
attendancy
attendant
attendants
attendaunce
attendaunt
attended
attendedness
attendee
attendees
attendement
attender
attenders
attendest

Literary usage of Attendances

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1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench: And by Graham Willmore, Frederick Luard Wollaston, William Hodges (1840)
"Germain (c), where an arbitrator had awarded an apothecary certain charges for attendances, the Court refused to disturb the award. ..."

2. Parliamentary Costs: Private Bills, Election Petitions, Appeals, House of Lords by Edward Webster (1867)
"attendances at House of Commons. Examiner of Recognizances. On examiner of recognizances entering into recognizance and procuring indorsement of petition ..."

3. An Analytical Digest of the Law and Practice of the Courts of Common Law by Ephraim Arnold Jacob, Samuel Bealey Harrison, Robert Alexander Fisher (1884)
"A medical practitioner is entitled to maintain an action for attendances and medicines, though not registered at the time of such attendances; ..."

4. The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Including A Journal of a Tour to the by James Boswell, John Wilson Croker (1831)
"So that I owe twelve attendances on worship. I will make no more such superstitious stipulations, which entangle the mind with unbidden obligations. ..."

5. The British Journal of Dermatology by British Association of Dermatology (1904)
"believe that with more frequent attendances the result achieved would naturally be proportionate. At present there is comparatively little to be seen. ..."

6. The Volunteers and the National Defence by Spenser Wilkinson (1896)
"attendances, Ranges, and Manoeuvring Grounds, The attendances required by ... The 60 attendances during the recruit stage admit of a very considerable ..."

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