In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1confinamiento en celda masculine
- Though he has no criminal record, murderers and junkies and 23-hour lockdowns became part of his life.
- More than 100 prisoners were placed on lockdown for the rest of the day following protest early last Monday morning.
- Outside of lockdown, captives are warehoused like cattle.
- In lockdown it is not physically possible to have sex with anyone other than your celly.
- This final act of defiance precipitated a lockdown of the entire Texas state prison system.
- In 2 men cell lockdown the only person that you can fight with is your celly.
- Luckily the prisoners where all in lockdown at the moment so they could keep the casualties down to a minimum.
- Furthermore, they are typically barred from areas where ministry is most needed: maximum security prisons, solitary confinement blocks, and twenty-three-hour lockdowns.
- Some were held in lockdowns for 23 hours a day, and then taken from their cells bound in handcuffs, leg irons and waist chains.
- Inmates in three California prisons are being kept in their cells on 24-hour-a-day lockdowns to save money on overtime pay for guards.
- But survivors occasionally breached the lockdown and came to the fence to tell their stories, each one astonishing.
- Administrators responded with an institution lockdown, confining all prisoners to their cells.
- She ripped out the spoon, and tried to run for the door, but somebody had put the whole prison in lockdown.
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