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  • n. Plural form of kidnappee.


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  • Also flagged up was that Miliband has lost patience with the kidnappers of 5 Britons in Iraq and has issued instructions for the kidnappees' release.


  • The Venezuelan dictator wants the FARC, a world-recognized and UN-declared terrorist group, taken off the Watch List because they released TWO, that's TWO, of the over 3000 kidnappees they have held for years, even decades!

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

  • The U.S. and British forces down there, coalition forces, are conducting an aggressive rescue operation, trying to identify the vehicles, as well as trying to rescue these kidnappees from those that took them hostage -- Miles.

    CNN Transcript Nov 17, 2006

  • Two kidnappers, two kidnappees, and one trapped innocent bystander.


  • So our kidnappees aren't just stuck in a small town for ransom, or because they were chosen at random for an experiment, they were chosen because each one of them could have great influence in the world.

    Inside TV Blog

  • One love: Somalis living in the UK are campaigning to get kidnappees the Chandlers released.


  • There certainly were cases of kidnappees not wanting to return -- from very early settlers (for instance, The Unredeemed

    Stef Penney discusses her first novel, The Tenderness of Wolves


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