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Elopement

Carker, James
with Dombey’s wife. [Br. Lit.: Dombey and Son]
Leonora
with Alvaro, rejected as suitor by her father. [Ital. Opera: Verdi, La Forza del Destino, Westerman, 315–317]
Little Emily
with Steerforth, although engaged to Ham. [Br. Lit.: David Copperfield]
Madeline
with Porphyro, who appears in dream. [Br. Lit.: “The Eve of St. Agnes” in Magill I, 263–264]
Wardle, Rachel
elopes with the imposter Alfred Jingle. [Br. Lit.: Dickens Pickwick Papers]
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By combining Accutech's newest LS2400 product with TekTone[R]'s Tek-CARE[R] system, facilities will be able to quickly respond to elopement events and use the historical data to help change behaviors and improve both the safety and quality of life for residents.
Although elopement prevention plans often include a variety of best practices, a providers approach could be significantly improved by having a comprehensive risk assessment program to identify residents who wander.
D -- a little while at even -- Rash among his children -- He has 13 in his family besides Holt -- Fletcher's elopement begins to be wondered at.
A member of the Anjuman Muslim Panchayat that issued the diktat, however, on his part justified the decision and explained the frequent incidents of elopements and similar cases as cause for the imposition of the ban.
He said the anonymous maker had put it together using out-takes from three earlier Chaplin pictures - His New Profession (1914), A Jitney Elopement (1915) and The Tramp (1915) - and included sequences of stop-motion animation and other effects.
ELOPEMENT BECAME A LEGEND THE elopement of Bessie Surtees from a window of the house in 1772 has become a Tyneside legend.
IT has been a labour of love for craftsman John Apps at a historic house which was the scene of Tyneside's most famous elopement.
The ongoing survey, published and created by the Interactive Autism Network and other autism awareness and research groups, defines elopement as "the tendency to try to leave safe spaces or a responsible person's care at age 4 years or older, beyond the toddler years when it is considered normal for a child to bolt from caregivers on a beach or in a store, or to leave the front yard and enter the street.
To reduce bias, the elopement frequency analysis included responses from a preselected group of 490 parents.
Under All-phin's leadership, a new elopement prevention program was launched.
Her father suspected Abdullah to be the mastermind behind her elopement.