from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To incarcerate.


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  • If wordgot out about Melendez-Lynch's incarcer - ·ation, his professional reputation would be compromised.

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  • The their cars and headed back to Bell had a domestic abuse from the Charlotte County he failed to properly appre - public reprimand required their homes, wherever that victim wrongfully incarcer - Sheriff's Office, which ciate that the implementation the judge to stand alone, might be.

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  • I have guarded it for three hundred centuries and have never been curious enough to seek to discover why my Masters place so much importance upon it -- why they both - ered to rescue it on its sunward course and incarcer - ate it on this boring ball of earth populated by the capering, briefly-lived clowns called Men? "

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