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  • "Remanded," said his Worship; and the next case was under way, the first witness already engaged in taking the oath.

    SUICIDE

  • Then came the word "Remanded"; and, more like a baited beast than ever, the man was led away.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • Source: Dow Jones Newswires Delhi Serial Blasts Case: Six Remanded to Judicial Custody Six suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorists, accused of carrying out the September 13 serial blasts in the Capital, were today remanded to another 14 days 'judicial custody by a Delhi Court.

    India News Digest: CBI Takes Over Probe Into Satyam Case

  • “Remanded for proceedings not inconsistent with this opinion” impliedly leaves open the possibility, which often is a substantial probability, that there will be later proceedings on remand that were entirely unanticipated and maybe unanticipatable during the earlier appeal.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Opposite and Negation:

  • This, it turns out, is nothing less than a shockingtechnological attack on the government of the United States of the Land of the Free Until Remanded and the Home of the Grave of Democracy.

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  • Remanded for a week they were in Bellevue Gaol to dwell,

    The Smashing of the Van

  • ` Remanded, 'said his Worship; and the next case was under way, the first witness already engaged in taking the oath.

    Suicide

  • Remanded thus to solemn meditation, he would gradually rise to the height of his great argument; he would reflect with alarm how little, in comparison with his powers, he had yet done to “sustain the expectation he had not refused:” and he would come little by little to the point when he could unfold his wings upon his own impulse, instead of needing, as always hitherto, the impulse of others.

    Life of John Milton

  • Remanded thus to solemn meditation, he would gradually rise to the height of his great argument; he would reflect with alarm how little, in comparison with his powers, he had yet done to "sustain the expectation he had not refused:" and he would come little by little to the point when he could unfold his wings upon his own impulse, instead of needing, as always hitherto, the impulse of others.

    Life of John Milton

  • Remanded: Chelsea Ives also faces allegations of attacking a police car A teenage Olympic Games ambassador who was turned in to police by her mother after allegedly being filmed by the

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