from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A place for incarcerating prisoners; a jail.
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- n. A building containing a jail.
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- n. a correctional institution used to detain persons who are in the lawful custody of the government (either accused persons awaiting trial or convicted persons serving a sentence)
After the guys vanquish the demon, the FBI agent realizes they were telling the truth and prepares to release them, but Ruby (guest star Katie Cassidy) shows up to a warn Sam and Dean that the jailhouse is surrounded by a band of demons with a powerful new leader who wants Sam dead.
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She does not want to see a law against clothing, but said she thinks teenagers are sending a message with a way of dressing that is based in jailhouse behavior.
Small towns can control the criminal element better -- everybody knows who the crooks are, I guess, and the food in the jailhouse is not as good ........ (grits and molasses)
VELEZ-MITCHELL: As for Jose Baez, he is also at war, still fighting to keep that video of Casey ` s so-called jailhouse meltdown under seal.
You know, Raymond, very often, we hear about so-called jailhouse justice, where other inmates take on the role of Lady Justice -- for instance, in the double murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Simpson.
So, when he first landed at LAX, and made the trek to the -- to the jailhouse, which is behind me, he began making statements.
A new study shows that radical Islamists are able to move from prison to prison in the United States, preaching what researchers are calling jailhouse Islam.
"Because you don't say 'Ain't nobody ever gonna find a body' when you're talking about a living child," said prosecutor Connie Spence, referring to a jailhouse informant's testimony about a statement Fountain allegedly made.
The 24-year-old passed along letters to fellow inmate Robyn Adams, who Anthony's defense team is calling a jailhouse snitch.
The four were described as jailhouse jihadists who converted to Islam in prison and took up the mantle of jihad.