In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1incomunicación femininehe's been put in/he's in solitary confinement — lo han incomunicado
- Was solitary confinement properly regulated and approved by the authorities?
- He spent nearly three years in prison, sometimes in solitary confinement, sometimes doing hard labour.
- A short but brutal period of solitary confinement in a nearby prisoner of war camp scarred him for life.
- Through his church, he organized a group of men to visit prisoners in solitary confinement.
- The former civil servant has endured beatings, solitary confinement and death threats while in prison.
- He will spend Christmas and the New Year in solitary confinement in the Tokyo Detention Centre.
- He spent much of his time in solitary confinement, in a prison condemned by the UN for torture.
- And David was held for months on end in solitary confinement with very little contact with other people.
- For much of this time, he was held in solitary confinement in a tiny cell that he has likened to a grave.
- Surely solitary confinement for life is a horrible enough punishment.
- They want to prevent the introduction of solitary confinement and achieve humane prison conditions.
- It was so called because it was entirely made up of individual cells for the solitary confinement of prisoners.
- He had spent three years in solitary confinement as a prisoner of war, and was aghast.
- She could see certain parallels with prisoners in solitary confinement.
- I can well understand the mournful complaint of the prisoner in solitary confinement.
- This could have implications for the way prisoners are treated in police custody cells or in solitary confinement.
- Mike is presently held in solitary confinement in a federal prison facility without bail.
- She and her legal partners are expected to protest solitary confinements in a press conference today.
- Tortured, held in solitary confinement and imprisoned for five and a half years, he refused the offer of an early release out of a sense of honour.
- There, the standard punishment was transfer to solitary confinement in the sensory deprivation isolation wing.
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