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Attendance


ATTEND'ANCE, noun

1. The act of waiting on, or serving.

Of which no man gave attendance at the altar. Hebrews 7:13.

2. A waiting on; a being present on business of any kind; as, the attendance of witnesses of persons in court; attendance of members of the legislature.

3. Service; ministry.

Receive attendance

4. The persons attending; a train; a retinue.

5. Attention; regard; careful application of mind.

Give attendance to reading. 1 Timothy 4:13.

6. Expectation. obsolete