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Absentia is Latin for absence. In absentia, a legal term, is Latin for "in the absence" or "while absent".
(In) absentia may also refer to:
- Award in absentia
- Declared death in absentia
- Election in absentia
- Excommunication in absentia
- Graduation in absentia
- In absentia health care, the provision of healthcare in the absence of a personal contact
- Trial in absentia
Music, films and television
- Absentia (film), a 2011 horror film
- In Absentia, a 2002 album by Porcupine Tree
- "In Absentia" (Fringe), a 2012 episode of the television series Fringe
- In Absentia (film), a 2000 short film commissioned by the BBC
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