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/diˈtenCHən/,
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detentions, plural;
  1. The action of detaining someone or the state of being detained in official custody, esp. as a political prisoner
    • - one of the effects of police detention is isolation from friends and family
  2. The punishment of being kept in school after hours
    • - he has made students fear after-school detention
    • - arbitrary after-school detentions

  1. a state of being confined (usually for a short time); "his detention was politically motivated"; "the prisoner is on hold"; "he is in the custody of police"
  2. a punishment in which a student must stay at school after others have gone home; "the detention of tardy pupils"
  3. Detention is a 2003 action film directed by Sidney J. Furie. It stars Dolph Lundgren as a soon to be retired high school teacher Sam Decker who has one last detention to proctor and Alex Karzis as Chester Lamb. Unfortunately, drug runners have chosen to attack the school. ...
  4. School punishment is a hierarchy of penalties used to punish infractions of rules in a school setting. There are wide variations in practice between schools in different cultures, countries or states, and between different types of school in the same country. ...
  5. This is an episode list for the CBS television series Cold Case.
  6. Detention generally refers to a state or government holding a person in a particular area (generally called a detention centre), either for interrogation, or as punishment for a crime (see prison).
  7. Detention is a cartoon that premiered on Kids' WB! on September 11, 1999 and was created by Bob Doucette (who had previously worked as a producer for Histeria!). This is one of the shortest lived programs by Warner Bros. ...
  8. The act of detaining or the state of being detained; A temporary state of custody or confinement, especially of a prisoner awaiting trial, or of a student being punished
  9. When a person is temporarily locked up until the court makes a final decision.
  10. a charge made for a vehicle held by or for shipper or consignee for loading or unloading, for forwarding directions or for any other purpose.
  11. Managing stormwater runoff by temporary holding and controlled release.
  12. The storage and slow release of stormwater following a precipitation event by means of an excavated pond, enclosed depression, or tank. Detention is used for both pollutant removal, stormwater storage, and peak flow reduction. Both wet and dry detention methods can be applied.
  13. Charges caused by containers being kept outside port or CY beyond specified free time.
  14. the period of time that an owner or charterer is deprived of the use of his vessel as a result of actions of another party. back
  15. Temporary care of a juvenile offender or a juvenile alleged to be delinquent who requires secure custody in a physically restricting facility pending disposition of the case.
  16. A decision by the PBC ordering an offender to remain in custody until the end of sentence rather than being released on statutory release at the two-thirds point of a determinate sentence. ...
  17. Administrative act where FDA requires that imported articles that appear violative under the laws FDA administers be held intact. ...
  18. The legal confinement (keeping someone in custody) of a person subject to criminal or juvenile proceedings.
  19. the volume of runoff that is captured and released into the waters of this Commonwealth at a controlled rate
  20. practices which store stormwater for some period of time before releasing it to a surface waterbody. See also retention.
  21. Term for delaying a train at a station in order to allow other trains to pass or for other reasons. The working timetable usually indicates allowable normal detention times for various trains at each station. ...
  22. According to UNHCR’s detention guidelines, detention is “confinement within a narrowly bounded or restricted location, including prisons, closed camps, detention facilities or airport transit zones, where freedom of movement is substantially curtailed, and where the only opportunity to leave ...
  23. In addition to Clauses 10(d) and (e), detention shall also be paid by the Merchant, at the same rate and day by day, for any delay in waiting for loading or discharge at or off the port or berth, including time lost due to swell or tide, shifting, renomination of the berth due to Merchant ...
  24. temporary care of a child who required secure custody pending court due to one of the following reasons: (1) he/she is likely to abscond or be removed from the jurisdiction of the court, (2) suitable supervision, care, or protection for him/her is not being provided by a parent, guardian, ...
  25. A shipper's fee charged when a truck is not loaded within a certain time frame, which holds up the truck at the warehouse or processing plant.