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  • n. Plural form of imprisoner.

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Examples

  • It is aimply a reflection of Israeli policy just like Shalit's conditions of incarceration tell you more about his imprisoners than about him.

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

  • As killers and imprisoners of creatures with paranormal endowment, Stormwarden and Firelord might indeed continue the starprobe Corinne Dane's original directive: to discover means of defending mankind against the psionic warfare of aliens.

    Shadowfane

  • "Can I get a status check on number 170," the Bagger said after an hour, adopting the nomenclature of his imprisoners, Stockholm-style.

    Carpetbagger

  • It goes on to ask Allah to "cause the world to suffocate" their imprisoners.

    Jihad Watch

  • We become imprisoners of our own fears and unconsciously we cannot forgive ourselves.

    QUOTES in CAN

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