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Sent back to live with her mother and stepdad in their creepy rural manse, Kylie is fed up with her forced confinement from day one.
Like a heavily watered-down version of a Buddhist monk taking solitary retreat in a cave, my extended submarine confinements opened something up in my psyche and I gave myself permission to let go of my anxieties.
Kevin sounded panicked when he called the professor supervising his case to report that he was being punished with 30 days in solitary confinement.
TO STAY OR TO GO?HANNAH DREIERDECEMBER 26, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The activists chose this voluntary confinement after being constantly detained by the police while requesting the release of Denis Solís, a rapper who was sentenced to 8 months in prison for the crime of contempt.
Bloomberg also reported in July that the US Federal Bureau of Prisons, alone, had put approximately 4,600 people on home confinement since the end of March, which was a 160% increase from pre-covid numbers.
He recorded levels before, during and after their confinement.
But it was not necessary for him to enquire how strict, or how apparently long, was to be his confinement.
The doctor who had attended his wife during her confinement was indisposed, and was represented only by an affidavit.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
The three prisoners in question, as well as 11 Franciscan friars, were consequently placed in close confinement.
Lady Arabella Seymour escaped from confinement in the tower of London by stratagem.

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