In 1896, though previously unreported in Germany, 107 cases were registered there, and the number rose to 295 in 1900, and 1030 in 1901.
Of particular importance are the number of rapes and sexual assaults that go unreported, especially in adolescents.
Unreported rape and sexual assault are especially common when the offender is known to the victim, such as a family member or respected member of the community (e.g., clergy, teacher).
justiciable problems remain unreported - a quarter of these through fear of the possible consequences.
Some small colonies that were previously unoccupied or unreported may therefore have been missed.
Unreported illness or dangerous behavior: If a resident repeatedly has broken bones, delayed care for illnesses or wanders away from the facility, these are all evidence of neglect.
There are thousands of potentially haunted hospitals throughout the world, and most of them remain unreported.
It is important to keep all of your personal information up-to-date with the SSA because an unreported name change might make filing for taxes more difficult.
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