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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishabsentiaab‧sen‧ti‧a /æbˈsentiə/ noun formal   in absentia
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absentiaRichard Wrangham has speculated that human beings practice mate guarding in absentia.The court found Collins guilty in absentia.Astiz has already been sentenced, in absentia, to life imprisonment by a Paris court.
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