- n the act of being present (at a meeting or event etc.)
- n the frequency with which a person is present
a student's attendance is an important factor in her grade
- n the number of people that are present
attendance was up by 50 per cent
- A "battle" between two competing bus teams, spurred on by bands and flags, rocketed attendance last March 16 to a record 30,560.
- First-day attendance levels help determine year-long state funding levels.
- Christianity is becoming a minority faith in Europe, as church attendance falls, the clergy ages, and scandals and harsh doctrine drive people away.
- Michael Jackson in The Associated Press
My family and I will be in attendance as we mourn the loss of my brother,he said in a statement Thursday. "I would like to thank the fans and friends for their continued love, support and prayers."
- the Duchess of Cornwall in Hollywood News
I accepted and wanted to support them,Camilla said in a statement, referring to Princes William and Harry, who invited her to the service. "However, on reflection I believe my attendance could divert attention from the purpose of the...
- Danny Jordaan in Times of India
It quoted local organizing committee CEO Danny Jordaan, as saying in Sandton: "With the quarterfinals, semi-finals and final being played at the biggest stadiums in the country, it is possible we will top the three million fan attendance mark after...