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- n. Plural form of kidnapee.
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All three stories you quoted make me ill, but the one about the Nepalese kidnapees/slaves was the worst.
Once they have obtained their target, students will quickly return to class to place the kidnapees under the custody of the prison guards.
Yet, when the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia FARC guerrilla group took three U.S. military contractors hostage in 2003 and granted them POW status, the U.S. government still officially designated the contractors as kidnapees.
Not really; the African kings and their coastal helpers could be seen as just mostly ignorant of what their war captives and kidnapees were being used at huge profit.
I wouldn’t say that audiences have particularly missed the young lad, but with what we have seen of Alex and the tail section children, these kidnapees come to “walk with the others”.
The President and his lawyer â€“ now AG â€“ have had publication of their memo that they are setting up the â€œenemy combatantsâ€ illusive labeling system for cabdrivers and kidnapees specifically to try to evade application of the War Crimes Act.
The “worst of the worst:” and oh yeah, a few Chinese escapees from persecution, UK residents who wouldn’t spy for them, kidnapees, purchased at a bazaar for a bargain price guys, etc. that “have” to be held there without trial bc, well, gosh, otherwise we might miss out on all the tremendous info that we are getting!