A building (or vessel) to which people are legally committed as a punishment for crimes they have committed or while awaiting trial
he died in prison
both men were sent to prison
Confinement in such a building
prison saves one man and hardens another
a correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial or for punishment
a prisonlike situation; a place of seeming confinement
(prisoner) a person who is confined; especially a prisoner of war
A prison (from Old French prisoun) is a place in which people are physically confined and, usually, deprived of a range of personal freedoms. ...
Prison (Fängelse) is a 1949 Swedish film directed by Ingmar Bergman.
Prison is a 1988 horror film starring Viggo Mortensen. It was filmed at the Old State Prison in Rawlins, Wyoming with many of its residents on the cast and crew.
The Penal system of Japan (including prisons) is part of the criminal justice system of Japan. It is intended to resocialize, reform, and rehabilitate offenders. The penal system is operated by the Correction Bureau of the Ministry of Justice.
(Prisoner (311 Song)) Transistor is the fourth studio album by 311. It was released on August 5, 1997. The album was certified Platinum.
(Prisoner (Jeffree Star song)) Beauty Killer is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Jeffree Star, released September 22, 2009 under Popsicle Records through Warner Music Group's Independent Label Group. ...
(Prisoner (TV series)) Prisoner is an Australian television soap opera which was set in the Wentworth Detention Centre, a fictional women's prison. The series was produced by the Reg Grundy Organisation and ran on Network Ten for 692 episodes from 27 February 1979 to 16 December 1986.
(Prisoners (film)) Prisoners is a 1981 American-New Zealand drama film directed by Peter Werner and starring Tatum O'Neal, Colin Friels and David Hemmings. An American moves his family to New Zealand where he takes charge of a prison in Wellington. ...
A place of long-term confinement for those convicted of serious crimes; Confinement in a prison; Any restrictive environment, such as a harsh academy or home; to imprison
(Prisoner) client of the correctional system
(Prisoner) Any individual involuntarily confined or detained in a penal institution. The term is intended to encompass individuals sentenced to such an institution under a criminal or civil statute, individuals detained in other facilities by virtue of statutes or commitment procedures which ...
(Prisoner) A Racing Homer that is never allowed out of the loft in which it is housed. Usually refers to a bird acquired from someone else that is too old to loft break.
(Prisoner) star Patrick McGoohan dies at 80 (15 January 2009)
(Prisoners) Casualties · Spanish flu · Rape of Belgium · Ottoman People: (Armenian Genocide · Assyrian Genocide · Pontic Greek Genocide) · Female roles · Popular culture · German prisoners of war in the United States
(prisoners) values for c in the Julia Set or Mandelbrot set where at each iteration the resulting value becomes smaller and smaller, approaching zero.
(Prisons) In the 1870s, San Francisco jailers cut off the queue-long braid of hair-of a prisoner from China. Though they justified this by emphasizing that the queue posed a security and hygiene risk, Ho Ah Kow successfully argued (Ho Ah Kow v. ...
To dream of a prison, is the forerunner of misfortune in every instance, if it encircles your friends, or yourself. To see any one dismissed from prison, denotes that you will finally overcome misfortune. See Jail.
Term used by the Global Detention Project to denote jails, prisons, polices station lock ups, and detention centres for juvenile offenders that are also used to hold immigration detainees. Administrative detainees confined in prisons are often held alongside criminal detainees.
1) A place where any lady may have a baby without fearing society. 2) An institution where even crooks go wrong. 3) The House of a thousand Tears. 4) The last resort of the obscure to achieve fame. 5) A banker's mess-hall. ...
If the accused is sentenced to prison, he/she will serve his/her sentence in one of the state institutions in Georgia.
State facilities where persons convicted of felony offenses are held. Prisons are operated by the Department of Corrections.
A state-run facility where a person convicted of one or more felonies serves the sentence behind bars. Prisons can vary in security, from maximum to medium, to minimum, to pre-release.