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  • v. Present participle of emprison.


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  • Then Hamas and Israel made a deal accordding to which Hamas must stop its rockets and Israel must open the borders and stop killing and emprisoning palestinians in the west bank.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • She knew, and knew with delight, the wanderer's lightened, emancipated sense of being at a distance from obligations, that cheerful sense of an escape from the emprisoning solidarity of humanity which furnishes the zest of life for the tourist and the tramp, enabling the one light-heartedly to offend proprieties and the other casually to commit murder.

    The Bent Twig


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