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Missing definition

What does it mean when you dream about something missing?

A missing article, such as a set of keys, denotes a sense of being out of control. A missed plane, bus, train, appointment, or time commitment can symbolize a missed opportunity, and the frustration of being behind and unorganized is also suggested. (See also Loss of Something).

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The belt is NMC when two blocks in a row are missing, or when twelve or more are missing from the entire belt.
Last year EMCOR launched "Taking KidSafety to the Streets," a major, three-pronged national initiative that is an in-the-buildings and on-the-streets program designed to help find missing children across the country and promote child safety.
JPAC has 19 recovery teams--10 working in Southeast Asia, five dedicated to the Korean War, and three teams recovering missing Americans from World War II, the Cold War, and the Gulf War.
The focus always seems to be on the missing woman's lifestyle.
Similarly, missing data make it difficult to measure effects.
The Missing Foster Children Web site has the potential to integrate the District Attorney's Office's Abducted Children Web site and also to add missing and abducted children from the probation system, officials said.
They report a child as missing or abducted to hide their involvement in the child's death or conceal their knowledge of the child's location.
The organizations concerned with locating and returning missing children to their families are no exception, and provide an excellent microcosmic view of the phenomenon.
The absence of Ajax's "pig meat" utterance, yet its evocation through supplemental conceit, reveals its simultaneous properties as both missed yet not missing from the narrative.
Home Shopping, with its tremendous exposure to the American public, is the perfect partner for the Missing Children.
Each missing person's story is unique, important and as valuable as the next," said Rap.
It's below national standards,'' said Jerry Nance, a case manager at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, pointing to national statistics that show 94 percent of missing children are found.