There were cells, in which he kept his wives, after he had married them.
Ned buzzed by, picked up two of the thugs, and hauled them off to the cells.
They lead to the cells of the friars, and are distinct from the entrances to the church.
And he had arrived at what he called the hypothesis of the abortion of cells.
The cells of our own bodies are to-day living, as it were, in an ocean.
It was with a shock that he discovered that their cells were side by side.
"Come," said the policeman, and he was taken back to the cells.
"Ay, take me to your cells, and let me lie there and die and rot," said the convict.
When entering my service here, the prison had more inmates than cells.
The important point is not to have the total number of cells too high.