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Opposite him is Jack, whose previous experience in a reformatory has "put him wise," as he expresses it.
The answer is plain: as in other reformatory institutions, there will be some successes and some failures.
Massachusetts is charged with the support of a great number of charitable and reformatory institutions.
We miss, too, in the prison, another essential element of a reformatory institution.
In other parts of France, as well as in Barn, Jeanne's reformatory movements were looked upon with great disfavor.
The reformatory kinds of socialism are so many priests and Levites who pass by on the other side.
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That scholar was a warm partisan of the primeval horde, of group marriage, and (at times) of a reformatory movement.
The pope seems to have been glad to be able to secure a man of such straightforward ways for his reformatory designs.
We may admire the reformatory effects of these novels, but our interest in this is historical in so far as it exists at all.
I've not had any previous experience of English schools, but it rather appears as if this one's run on the lines of a reformatory.

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